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PhD Spanish Literature

10+ years experience
USA

About

This expert has experience in field of Spanish Literature. She is professionally associated with various academies and organizations related to Literature. She is also a published author, with a total of 9 publications, among which 6 are research accomplishments, 2 are articles, and one book. She has received 10 patents and 7 funded research grants for her research. She is working as a scientific reviewer in 10+ journals. She has also won awards and grants in the field of Literature.

Areas of expertise

Language Education, Cultural History, Diplomatic History, World History, Humanities, Semantics & Syntax

Bibliometric, Library and Museum Studies, Comparative Literature, Creative Writing, Literary Criticism

Literature, Translation, Cultural and Ethnic Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Education

PhD: Spanish Literature, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.

Diploma Superior de Español: D.E.L.E Superior Level (C2), Spanish Ministry of Education, Madrid, Spain.

M.A: Hispanic Studies, Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania.

B.Sc: Computer Science and World Languages, Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania.

French Baccalaureate: Science and Mathematics, Lycée Descartes, Rabat, Morocco.

Certificates and awards

Co-organizer, Don Quijote at 400: a Celebratory Encounter, 2005, Villanova University.

Participant Maker, Villaletras, Villanova Graduate Students in Hispanic Studies Revista, 2006, Villanova University.

Panel Co-chair, “(Dis)Covering Identity: Marginalized Citizens during Times of Transition,” NeMLA, 2012, Rochester, New York.

French Panel Co-chair, “From Farm to Table: The Global Culture of Food in New York City.” XVII Modern Languages Department Colloquium, April 2014, New York City, New York.

Panel Chair, “Literary Forgery and the Power of Discourse.” NeMLA, 2015, Toronto, Canada.

French Panel Co-Chair, “From Haute–Couture to Prêt-à-porter and Beyond: French Panache in Contemporary Society.” XVIII Modern Languages Department Colloquium, The Road to Fashion: Industry Challenges in a Global Economy, April 2015, New York, New York.

Co-host, “Early Modern Studies Across Disciplines.” EMAD Early Modern Faculty Interest Group, May and Fall 2015, New York, New York.

Panel Co-chair, “(Mis)Representing the Other: A Chronicle of a Death Foretold.” NeMLA, 2016, Hartford, Connecticut.

Arabic Panel Co-chair, “Sacred and Profane: A False Dichotomy in Arab Music.” XIX Modern Languages Department Colloquium “Music of the World: A World in Music,” April 2016, New York.

Juniata’s College Grant Scholarship and Robert C. Baker Fund, 2002–2004

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 2003

Sigma Iota Rho National Honor Society for International Studies

Professionally associated with Medieval Academy of America

Professionally associated with Modern Language Association

Professionally associated with Northeast Modern Language Association

Professionally associated with The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese

Work experience

Adjunct Professor of Spanish, 2017 to Present. Developed and taught courses in the Spanish language, participated in faculty meetings, and pursued independent research. Courses taught: Spanish 102.

Assistant Professor of Spanish, 2013-2016. Developed and taught courses in the Spanish language, literature, and theatre; participated in faculty meetings; conducted academic advising; and pursued independent research. Courses taught: Elementary Spanish 1 and 2, Introduction to Spanish Theatre, and Hispanic Heritage.

Assistant Professor of Arabic and Arabic Program Coordinator, 2014-2016. Created and coordinated the Arabic Program at BMCC, supervised the Arabic language Adjunct, and as a Lab Assistant, developed the Arabic curriculum and taught Arabic. Courses taught: Elementary Arabic 1 and 2, Independent Study.

Visiting Professor of Spanish, Summer Study Abroad Program Coordinator, 2013-2014.

Developed and taught the Hispanic Heritage course, organized the study-abroad program supervised students, and coordinated trips and excursions.

Graduate Assistant, 2006-2012. Taught courses, planned lessons, monitored classes, evaluated students, created syllabus, and coordinated activities in and outside the classroom. Courses taught: Spanish Elements I and II, Spanish Intermediate I and II, Spanish Advanced I, and Modern Spanish Culture.

Graduate Assistant, Research Assistant, and Assistant Coordinator for Summer Study Abroad Program in Cadiz, Spain, 2004-2006. Taught courses, evaluated students, tutored students, and supervised students during the Study Abroad Program’s trips and excursions.

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