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March 11, 2018 at 10:06 am

Alumni News | Busic Awarded Tenure by Denison University

Ohio University alum Jason Busic ’02, ’04M, Assistant Professor of Spanish at Denison, is one of eight faculty members recently awarded tenure by Denison University’s Board of Trustees, according to a news release.

Busic earned both a bachelor’s and a master’s in Spanish from the College of Arts & Sciences at OHIO.

Dr. Jason Busic, portrait

Dr. Jason Busic

Jason Busic joined the Department of Modern Languages in 2012 after teaching at St. Michael’s University, VT, for three years. Busic earned his doctorate from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at The Ohio State University in 2009 with a concentration in Medieval and Early Modern Peninsular Studies and a secondary concentration in Colonial Studies. Prior to attending The Ohio State University, Busic completed his undergraduate work and a master’s degree in Spanish from Ohio University. His research focuses on the intersection between language, religion, and culture in the formation of identity, particularly in the medieval Mediterranean and early modern Iberia. His publications explore this theme in Christian-Muslim encounter and dialogue as communicated in catechism, apology, and the manuscript tradition of biblical translation from Latin into Arabic. Busic teaches at all levels of the Spanish curriculum including beginning and intermediate Spanish, introduction to literary analysis, and Peninsular culture surveys and seminars.

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