Jenna ReynoldsInstructor of Spanish
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University Hall 3120
(205) 934-4652

Research and Teaching Interests: Political Rhetoric, National Identity, Gender Studies, Feminism, 20th/21st Century Spanish Literature, Representations of Indigenous Women, Women Authors, Cultural Studies, Transatlantic Studies, Memory and Trauma, Caribbean Studies, Film and Television Studies, Technology and Comparative Art History

Office Hours: By appointment

  • BA, University of Alabama
  • MA, University of Alabama, Spanish Literature

Jenna Reynolds earned her master's degree from the University of Alabama in Spanish Literature with thesis research centered on feminism during the Spanish transition from dictatorship to democracy, and undergraduate degrees in Philosophy and Spanish from the University of Alabama. Jenna teaches courses at UAB at the elementary honors level. She spent a year teaching English in Madrid as a Fulbright Scholar. Her areas of interest are gender studies, feminism, memory and trauma, film and television studies and national identity. Her teaching focuses on student-centered learning, the use of contemporary cultural resources, and incorporating technology in the classroom.