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Daniela Farkas

Daniela Farkas

Research Assistant for the Hemingway Letters Project
Instructor of Latina/o Studies
3 Burrowes Building, Cubicle G

Mailroom: 430 Burrowes Building

Daniela Farkas

Fall 2021 Office Hours

Tuesday: 10:30 AM - 12 PM (in-person) Thursday: 10:30 AM - 12 PM (Zoom)

Education

Pennsylvania State University, MA, 2021.
Florida Atlantic University, BA, 2016.

Professional Bio

Daniela received her BA in English at Florida Atlantic University and her MA in English at Penn State where she is continuing her studies as a PhD student. With a focus on modern literature, she is interested in how writers and artists configure the body as a primary site of knowing, and describe how the psyche houses a diverse range of subjective selves. Daniela is fascinated by the ideas of C.G. Jung and seeks to articulate his theory’s relevance for modernist studies, and how his ideas can help us understand European romanticism and American intersectional feminisms of the 1970s/80s. Her research interests span Latinx studies, global modernisms, psychology, feminism, and masculinity studies.