New PhD Student: Nagore Sedano
Introducing Nagore Sedano, PhD student in Romance Languages.
Nagore Sedano is a first year Ph.D. student in Romance Languages and Literatures at our Department. She just graduated last year with an M.A. in Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Nevada, Reno.
In 2007, when she was still an undergraduate at the University of the Basque Country (Spain), Nagore studied one year abroad at the University of Worcester (England). She was then introduced to the art and craft of teaching languages. Upon graduation in 2008, she received a fellowship from USAC to conduct research at California State University, where she also worked as a Spanish teaching assistant and magazine writer. Sedano has also worked in Idaho, as a Spanish Visiting Scholar, and in Switzerland as a news analyst.
Nagore’s research interests include, among others, Critical Theory, Basque American literature, Transatlantic Studies, and Contemporary Spanish Literature and Film.