- Associate Professor of Spanish
University of Delaware
318 Jastak-Burgess Hall
Newark, DE 19716
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Susan McKenna is Associate Professor of Spanish and Latin American and Iberian Studies. Her professional interests include nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish literature with a specialization in the short story and the Spanish Civil War. She is currently writing a book about Barrie Stavis, an American playwright and journalist who worked in Spain during the civil war. She teaches courses in language, literature, and culture.
- Ph.D., Hispanic Literature, Indiana University
- M.A., Hispanic Literature, Indiana University
- B.A., Spanish and Education, Bucknell University
- Professor McKenna's articles have appeared in Hispanic Review, Hispanófila, Letras Peninsulares, and Revista Hispánica Moderna. Her book, Crafting the Female Subject: Narrative Innovation in the Short Fiction of Emilia Pardo Bazán, was published in 2011 by The Catholic University of America Press.
- From 2008 to the present she has served on the College of Arts and Sciences Educational Affairs Committee.
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