Rebeca Cunill is a Ph.D. candidate from the Modern Languages Department at Florida International University. Her major field of interest is contemporary Spanish American literature. She is currently completing a dissertation entitled Women’s Bildungsroman in Ángeles Mastretta and Carmen Boullosa: A Postmodern Perspective under the supervision of Erik Camayd-Freixas.

In addition to her doctoral studies in Hispanic literature, Rebeca earned a Professional Graduate Certificate in TESOL/FLE from the College of Education at Florida International University. Before coming to Washington University in St. Louis, she taught beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of Spanish for non-heritage and heritage learners in South Florida. She is currently teaching Intermediate Spanish (201) and Advanced Reading and Writing (308), and coordinates extracurricular activities for Spanish students.   

Contact Information:

Rebeca Cunill
phone: 314-935-5157
419 N. Ridgley

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