Andrea Pauw

PhD Student
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Education

Ph.D., Spanish (August 2014-present) University of Virginia

M.A., Spanish (May 2016) University of Virginia

B.A., Hispanic Studies, Minor in Music (May 2013) Davidson College, Magna cum laude

Research Interests

  • Aljamiado-morisco literature
  • Medieval and Early Modern Spain
  • Interfaith relationships
  • 19 th -century historiographical and artistic representations of Moriscos
  • Linguistic Anthropology

Teaching

  • Intermediate Spanish Language (Fall 2015; Summer 2016)
  • Don Quixote (Spring 2016): Teaching assistant for English and Spanish-language discussion
  • Spanish Grammar and Composition I (Fall 2016-Spring 2017)

Publications

“Translating Footsteps”, Early American Literature 52.1 (February 2017). Conference Review: Translation and Transmission in the Early Americas of The Society of Early Americanists, with Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.

Presentations

“Moriscos in Nineteenth-Century Historiography and Art,” Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA (November 2016)

“Art and Authority in the Poema de José,” International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI (May 2017)

Grants & Awards

Jefferson Fellowship, Jefferson Scholars Foundation, Charlottesville, VA (2014-present)

Casa de Velázquez Research Fellowship, Madrid (Summer 2017)

Charles Gordon Reid, Jr. Fellowship, Madrid (Summer 2016)

Summer Language Study Fellowship, Charlottesville, VA (Summer 2015)

Davidson College Impact Fellowship, Mérida, Mexico (July 2013-June 2014)

Davidson College Research Grant, Buenos Aires (June 2012)

Plott Music Performance Scholarship, Davidson, NC (August 2009-May 2013)

Rufus Hallmark Writing Award, Davidson, NC (May 2012)

Phi Beta Kappa, Davidson College (May 2013)