Daniel Everhart, MA
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Building & Room:
601 S. Morgan St.
Daniel Everhart is a PhD student and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies, and Linguistics in the Department of Hispanic Studies. Prior to coming to UIC, he completed his MA at the University of Virginia in Spanish Language and Literature and worked as a Lecturer at Longwood University. His research concerns Contemporary Peninsular literary and visual cultures, 20th and 21st century Peninsular literature, performance studies, queer theory, gender studies, affect theory, urban studies, memory and body, comics, visual art, and transformismo.
2014, Lawrence Little Book Award, University of North Carolina
MA, Spanish Language and Literature - University of Virginia, 2017
Master propio, Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages - Universidad San Jorge, 2015
BA, Spanish Language and Literature - University of North Carolina, Asheville, 2014
Licensures and Certifications
Teaching and Learning Foreign Languages
- Sigma Delta Pi
- Sigma Tau Delta
- 2018 “Queer perspectives and el malinchismo in the poetic work of Salvador Novo and Xavier Villaurrutia.” Queer Modernisms (II). University of Oxford, Oxford, England
- 2016 “Mapping Queer Voices in Post-Revolution Mexico: Novo and Villaurrutia.” ACS Gender Studies Conference. Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas