Mac Williams, Ph.D.
Professor of Spanish; Coordinator of the Foreign Language Program
- Ph.D., Tulane University
- M.A., Brigham Young University
- B.A., Brigham Young University
“I’m Southern and a do-gooder. I wanted to teach at a small Liberal Arts college in the rural South where I could make a difference. When I found Coker, I found what I was looking for. Study abroad, mentoring students about life and career choices, and teaching Spanish and literature are my passions.”
Williams, Mac. “Zoroastrian and Zurvanite Symbolism in ‘Las ruinas circulares.'” Variaciones Borges,25 (2008), 115-35. http://www.borges.pitt.edu/sites/default/files/pdfs/Williams.pdf
Williams, Mac. Borges and Gnosticism: God Atones for (Having Created) Humanity in Borges’s “Three Versions of Judas.” Eds. Twomey & Walsh. Bible in the Modern World, 67. Sheffield, England: Sheffield Phoenix P, 2015.