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About Bethsabe Huaman Andia

I am originally from Lima, Peru, where I studied Literature. I graduated from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMS) with a dissertation about the Peruvian poet Blanca Varela. I continued with the study of poetry among Peruvian female poets from 1980's generation in a comparative research with Mexican female poets of the same generation. I graduated from El Colegio de Mexico (Colmex) with a dissertation about Coral Bracho and Rocío Silva Santisteban. I had the opportunity to add more female poets to the comparative study during a year at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). The study of poetry diversified into the study of performance art when I discovered Regina José Galindo. My dissertation focus on the representation of sexual violence in the poetry of Rocío Silva Santisteban and performance art of Regina José Galindo. In a broad way, my scholarship try to answer the question How to represent violence without reinforce it?

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University
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Courses

  • Hispanics in the United States - SPAN 3160
  • Senior Seminar Latin American Cinema - SPAN 4860W
  • Elementary Spanish II - SPAN 1120
  • Elemantary Spanish I - SPAN 1110

Education

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August 2013 - May 2019 PhD, Tulane University ‐ Spanish and Portuguese
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August 2010 - May 2012 MFA, New York University ‐ Creative Writing
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