Annemarie Pearson de Andrés, Ph.D., MFA
Assistant Professor of English
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212 Fitch Hall
- Ph.D. University of Iowa, Iowa City, English, August 2020
- M.F.A. University of Iowa, Comparative Literature – Translation (Spanish), August 2020
- M.A. University of Iowa, English, May 2017
- B.A. University of Texas at Austin, English and Linguistics, 2009
Annemarie Pearson de Andrés is Assistant Professor of English in the Department of Communication, Liberal Arts, and Social Sciences, and Director of the Writing and Communication Lab at New Mexico Tech.
She holds both a PhD in English and an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Iowa. She studies eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British Literature and its connections Spanish and Latin American literature, focusing on travelers between Britain, Spain, and Latin America in this period. In particular, she has analyzed how literature and ideas of enchantment (as explored by philosopher Charles Taylor) influenced these travelers’ experience of Spain. Her research interests also include textiles and handcrafts, particularly as related to wool and sheep and intercultural exchange. She is a native speaker of Spanish and English and translates literature in these languages.
She has taught undergraduate rhetoric, writing and literature courses for over 8 years, and continually pursues professional development in writing pedagogy to ensure student success in this area. At New Mexico Tech, she teaches introductory writing courses in the General Education Curriculum, and directs the Writing and Communication Lab, which serves the writing needs of all NMT students.