Chantal Berthet

Chantal Berthet

Title: Instructor
Office Building: Santa Maria Hall
Floor: 4
Room: 47
Phone: 973-290-4268
Email: cberthet@cse.edu

EDUCATION

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Ph.D. in Spanish, 2013 (expected)  

Dissertation: “Cuerpo, mujer y nación: las narradoras del Modernismo”. [Body, Women, and Nation: Modernismo Female Writers]

Portland State University, Portland, OR, M.A. in Spanish, 2005

Universidad Del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina, B.A. in Early Childhood Education, 2001

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

College of Saint Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ                                                   2010- Present

World Languages and Global Studies Program, Instructor

Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ                                                     2011- 2012

Department of Spanish and Italian, Adjunct Instructor

Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY                             2010- 2011

Modern Languages Department, Adjunct Lecturer

Valley Forge Military College, Wayne, PA                                                     2009- 2010

Department of Foreign Languages, Assistant Professor of Spanish

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT                                                          2006- 2009

Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Teaching Assistant

Portland Community College, Portland, OR                                                   Summer 2005

English and Modern Languages Department, Instructor of Spanish

Portland State University, Portland, OR                                                        2003- 2005

Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Teaching Assistant

 

PUBLICATIONS

“Apariciones profanas: Pluralismo, surrealismo residual e historia literaria.”Hosfstra Hispanic Review 3.7 (2008): 53-64.

 

PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCES

  • "Creación de libros infantiles en la clase de español."American Asociation of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Annual Conference. July 2012.
  • “Teresa González de Fanning: el interés de la mujer en soñar la nación.” University of Connecticut. Language Graduate Student Association Conference. March 12, 2011
  • “Indígenas: culpables de una nación maldita en Roque Moreno e Indómita.” American Asociation of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, Annual Conference. July 2010
  • Film “Enamorada” (1946, Mexico). Host. Golden Age of Mexican Cinema Film Series. University of Connecticut. February 2008
  • Film “i” (2005, Argentina). Host. International Film Series (International Education Week). University of Connecticut. November 2007
  • “El surrealismo residual en Apariciones profanas de Óscar Hahn.” at the 60th Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. April 2007

  

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • American Association of Teacher of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP)
  • American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACFTL)
  • Modern Language Association (MLA)