Catherine Addington

PhD Student / SIP webmaster
New Cabell Hall 436
Office Hours:
Tue/Thu 9:30–10:30am or by appointment

Education

Ph.D., Spanish, University of Virginia (projected 2021)
M.A., Spanish, University of Virginia (2018)
B.A., Latin American Studies, New York University (2015), magna cum laude

Research Interests

  • Religious exchange in colonial Spanish America, with a particular focus on the indigenous influence on Catholic identity
    • Evangelization campaigns and missionary narratives
    • Catechetical texts, confessionaries, and theological treatises
    • Liturgical arts
  • The making of saints, myths, and icons in both religious and secular contexts
  • The history, politics, and culture of soccer, especially in Argentina
  • Digital humanities, particularly remediation and textual scholarship

Teaching

  • Intermediate Spanish (SPAN 2010): fall 2016–spring 2018
  • Collaborated with students on a class playlist in conjunction with the grammatical and cultural curriculum in spring 2017
  • Led students in a writing workshop and creation of a class magazine, “SPAN 2010 Mag,” as part of action research into foreign-language composition in fall 2016

Selected Publications & Presentations

Grants & Awards

Current Positions

  • Instructor, SPAN 2010-018
  • Graduate Makerspace Technologist, Scholars' Lab
  • Webmaster, Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese at UVa