Susan McKenna, Associate Professor of Spanish
Associate Professor of Spanish
University of Delaware
318 Jastak-Burgess Hall
Newark, DE 19716
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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