Dra. Sara Fernandez-Medina
Dr. Sara Fernandez-Medina borned in Madrid, Spain. She got her first Bachellors in History (Archaelogy) and started a second Bachellors in English Philology at Alcala University, Spain, while she decided to move to the U.S. to get her Masters and PhD at Texas Tech University in Spanish Literature and Applied Linguistics.
Her research interest include Spanish Civil War, Gender violence in Spain, new trends in European Film and Media, and pedagogy applied to teaching languages.
Within her latest publications we can find:
2017 “Prologo” y “Entrevista a Almudena Grandes”. Estudios sobre Almudena Grandes. / “Prologue” and “Interview with Almudena Grandes”. Sara Fernández Medina (Ed) Ediciones Valparaíso: Granada, Spain 1-17, 18-25. 2017
Currently she works as Associate Professor at The Citadel, South Carolina, where she also works as the Spanish club adviser, Spanish Section coordinator, Mexico Summer Study Abroad Director, Placement coordinator, etc.
Her work and teaching has been recognized through several awards and nominations:
2017 Nominated to Commission on Higher Education Service Learning Award, SC
2016 Service Learning Recognition Award. Krause Center, The Citadel, SC.
Dr. Sara Fernandez Medina's Vita (Updated Fall 2018)