Renee Congdon, (G-3)

Graduate Student


Background: BA in Spanish with Honors, minor in English (summa cum laude), Colgate University, 2020

Interests: contemporary peninsular literature and film, dictatorship studies, censorship, spectrality, memory and trauma studies

In 2020, Renee co-published a peer-reviewed article on female identity in two contemporary Spanish novels with Marta Pérez-Carbonell. Earlier this year, she presented a work-in-progress piece at KFLC on doubling, disappearances, and female identity in Cristina Fernández Cubas’s short fiction. Currently, she is working on a piece about smell and sound in Carmen Laforet's Nada.