Catherine Addington

PhD Student / DH@UVa Grad Liaison
New Cabell Hall 436
Office Hours:
Summer Session III: weekdays 12:15–1pm; Fall 2019: MWF 10–10:50am or by appointment

Education

Ph.D. in Spanish with Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities, University of Virginia (expected 2021)

M.A. in Spanish, University of Virginia (2018)

B.A. in Latin American Studies, New York University (2015)

Research

Interests

  • Catholic missionary writing in the early modern Spanish empire
  • The making of saints, myths, and icons in both religious and secular contexts
  • Digital humanities, particularly remediation and textual scholarship

Digital Projects

Selected Publications

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Presentations

Grants & Awards

Teaching

Courses

  • Translation from Spanish to English (SPAN 4040): fall 2019
  • Advanced Intermediate Spanish (SPAN 2020): fall 2018
  • Intensive Elementary Spanish (SPAN 1020): summer 2018
  • Intermediate Spanish (SPAN 2010): fall 2016–spring 2018, including action research into foreign-language composition

Workshops and Materials

Community Engagement

DH@UVa Graduate Student Liaison, Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese, University of Virginia

Graduate Student Representative, Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese, University of Virginia, 2018–2019:

Guest Organizer and Speaker, “Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Nican Mopohua.” Holy Women in the Americas Lunch Seminar Series. St. Anselm Institute for Catholic Thought, University of Virginia. March 22, 2019.

Praxis Representative and Presenter, DH Methods & Collaborators Fair. Scholars' Lab, University of Virginia. February 1, 2019.

Grant Reviewer, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Student Council. University of Virginia. January 2019.

Guest Organizer and Speaker, “Venerable Concepción Cabrera de Armida.” Holy Women in the Americas Lunch Seminar Series. St. Anselm Institute for Catholic Thought, University of Virginia. November 9, 2018.