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Jennifer S
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Carbondale, IL
NEW 11/7/2018
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Jenny received her Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature from Indiana University. Her main area of research is late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Spanish literature and culture, and especially the Galician writer Emilia Pardo Bazán. She is currently working on a monograph (Women, Mysticism, and Hysteria in Fin-de-siècle Spain). In addition to two co-edited volumes --Modern Spanish Women as Agents of Change (Bucknell UP/Rutgers UP, 2018) and Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Nation in Fin-de-Siècle Spanish Literature and Culture (Routledge, 2017) -- and a bilingual edition of Emilia Pardo Bazán's Insolación (Cervantes & Co., 2011), Professor Smith has published articles in journals such as Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea, and Anales Galdosianos. At SIU,Jenny teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture.
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Specialties

English Literature, Spanish Literature, Women Studies, Gender Studies, Philosophy, Art, Music

Interests

Modern Language Association, South Illinois University Alumni, The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Unofficial Networking Group

Education

California State University Long Beach

Jenny immediately identified languages as her core focus and undertook studies in English literature as her major and Spanish studies as her minor course.

Indiana University

Jenny graduated with a distinction in Hispanic Literature and re-wrote several renown English novels in Spanish with the help of the Hispanics Club.

Indiana University

Hispanic Literature with a minor in French Literature, Indiana University, Dec. 2005 Dissertation: “Mysticism as an Escape from Scientific Discourse: Eluding Female Subjectivity in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Spain.” Dissertation Director: Dr. Maryellen Bieder

Education

6,800 Projects Completed

Jenny’s main vocation is her teaching and she has written a lot of course material on Literature and especially on Hispanic literature, even though she guest lectures in English Literature classes. Her ide experience has earned her accolades and praise within the faculty in Illinois and Indiana. Her works remain course work material in institutions that teach Spanish Literature.

Publishing

479 Projects Completed

Jenny has published several books and has been a c-writer of manuscripts and study course books in literature and cultural studies. Her forays into gender studies ha catapulted her into the pinnacle of literature elite in medieval studies, contemporary Spanish studies and contemporary English literature.

Career

350 Projects Completed

Jenny is an avid literature teacher with an experience spanning over 19 years. As a teacher, her core duties are to impart knowledge to her students and though she is a Hispanics literature teacher she doubles up as the Interim Chair, Department of Languages, Cultures, and International Trade, charged with establishing a teaching syllabus for the institution.

Article

3,210 Projects Completed

Boasting over 3000 articles to her name, Jenny contributes for 5 Hispanic magazines and is a regulator contributor for general literature magazines, journals and periodicals. She is widely sought as an expert contributor to serialize any top bestseller that touches on Hispanic literature and Spanish culture.

Blog Post

398 Projects Completed

Jenny has embraced contemporary forms of literature and delves into blog writing. Since Blogs require fewer content, she has written a lot of blog content for SEO marketers as well as for general literature appraisals. She is well renown in the field.

Book

159 Projects Completed

Jenny has personally published 7 books on Hispanic Literature and several others as a co-writer. She has contributed in over 100 more books where she has written entire chapters as a contributing writer. In the wider scope of European, American and Spanish literature, few people can can consider themselves as Jenny's equal.

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