Brenda Rosado

Ph.D. Student (Romance Languages & Literatures)

bbrosado@berkeley.edu

  • 6227 Dwinelle
  • Fall 2021 Office Hours: TBA

Brenda Rosado is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Romance Languages and Literatures program, and the heart of her dissertation is the novella tradition.  Her research encompasses three literatures – Italian, Spanish, and neo-Latin – and focuses on authorial shame(lessness) and the intersection between translation, imitation, and originality.  She will file her dissertation, entitled Immodest Modesties and Shameless Counter-Authorships, in May 2020.

Brenda earned her B.A. in Classical Studies and Italian Studies at the University of Houston.  She enjoys a wholehearted life among her communities of friends in academia, beach volleyball, book club, Regeneration Church, Cityteam Oakland, and salsa dancing.