|Teaching Fellow, Spanish
401 McMahon Hall
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064
Verónica Enamorado was born in Toledo, Spain. She earned her B.A. in Hispanic Studies at Universidad de Alcalá in Spain in 2013, with a specialization in Contemporary Spanish Literature. She received her M.A. in Spanish Literature at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid in 2014, where she wrote a thesis on contemporary short stories in Spanish Peninsular Literature. She actively participates in several literary magazines such as being a part of the board in the magazine Puentes, Literary Critic and the Represura, which is a magazine focused on the censorship that occurred in Spain in the 20th century. She also co-founded Contrapunto, a literature magazine made by the college students of the Universidad de Alcalá, which is currently in their fourth year of publishing. Her research interests include Cultural Studies, Gender Studies and Short Peninsular Narrative.