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Kay Crouch

Title: CPLT Ph.D. Candidate
Graduate Teaching Assistant in Spanish
Department: Languages, Literatures & Cultures
College of Arts and Sciences
Kay Crouch

Katherine Crouch first received B.A. at the University of Virginia, double-majoring in Chinese Literature and Culture and Spanish Literatures and Cultures. She got her M.A. degree in Comparative Literature at the University of South Carolina. She stayed in the program to complete her Ph.D. She has taught beginning and intermediate levels of Spanish. Her areas of interest include colonialism in Latin America and the intersection of race, gender, class, and power dynamics. Her M.A. Thesis was titled "Convertirse en Inmortal, 成仙 Chéngxiān, Becoming Xian: Memory and Subjectivity in Cristina Rivera Garza’s Verde Shanghai". Her dissertation deals with Chinese immigrants in Mexico represented in contemporary Mexican novels. 

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