Keturah Nichols is a second year Master’s student in the Romance Languages program at the University of Alabama. Currently, she is studying French and Spanish literature and has a particular interest in the Caribbean. Her areas of focus include the intersections of gender and race in Latin America and the Caribbean. After receiving her B.A. from Washington and Lee University in 2012, she was awarded a Fulbright English Teaching assistantship in Brazil for the 2014 school year, an experience that motivated her to continue her studies.
BA, Romance Languages, Washington and Lee University, 2012
ALED 2015, Buenos Aires, Argentina, LA PERDIDA DE UN CONSAJERO: LA REPRESENTACIÓN DE CRISTINA KIRCHNER POR LA PRENSA DESPUÉS DE LA MUERTE DE SU ESPOSO
Intersectional Feminism, Race, Politics, Social Activism