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School of Languages, Cultures, and Race College of Arts and Sciences

Amanda Hussein

Education

2018 M.A. in Foreign Languages and Literature, Washington State University
2011 Teacher Education Program – Secondary Education Certification in French and Spanish, Lewis-Clark State College
2010 B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) in Spanish with a French minor, University of Idaho

Publications

“Salvar a doña Marina: un análisis de la representación de doña Marina de Jerónimo López-Mozo y la metaficción historiográfica .” El Cid Ed. XXVIII (2018): lvi-lxvii.

“Honor y amor en la reescritura neo histórica de la conquista y fundación de Chile en Inés del alma mía.” International Journal of Language and Linguistics 4.3 (2017): 102-106.

Conference Presentations

“Saving Lady Marina: An analysis of Jerónimo López-Mozo’s Yo Maldita India…using historiographic metafiction by Linda Hutcheon.” Academic Showcase 2019. Pullman, March 2019.

“Salvar a doña Marina: un análisis de la representación de doña Marina de Jerónimo López-Mozo y la metaficción historiográfica.” CineLit 9: Mujer y Género. Portland, March 2019.

“La mujer perfecta.” XXI Spanish Graduate Conference . Tempe, March 2018.

“Honor y amor en la reescrituar neo histórica de la conquista y fundación de Chile en Inés del alma mía.” 76th RMMLA Conference. Spokane, October 2017.

“Culture, Art and VTS in the Foreign Language Classroom.” 4th Annual Palouse Symposium. Moscow, April 2017.

“Abstracto de Voces de Mujer” XX Spanish Graduate Conference . Tempe, March 2017.

Awards

2017-2018 Outstanding Graduate Student, Master of Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences

2017-2018 Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures