Doctor Dalsant has taught a variety of language courses in New York, at Yale University, and at the University of New Haven.
As a language teacher, she is interested in second language acquisition and in developing courses that cater to students’ specific needs, such as Spanish for Health Care and Conversational Spanish.
As a literary scholar, her research focuses on medieval and early modern Spanish literature with a particular focus on cross-cultural and cross-lingual interactions among the three Abrahamic religions in the Mediterranean area. She is further interested in the continuity of medieval topics in contemporary literature, notably in Latin America.
In addition to her main focus on Spanish language and culture, Doctor Dalsant is currently exploring a side project on Italian literature of migration and modern Diasporas to and from Italy.