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Elizabeth Ann Scarlett

foreign language educator

Elizabeth Ann Scarlett, American foreign language educator. Fulbright French Teaching Assistantship, Fulbright-Hays Program and French Government, Carcassonne, France, 1983-1984; grantee Harvard University, 1984-1991, 85; Sesquicentennial fellow University Virginia, 1995. Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers Spanish and Portuguese, Association International de Hispanistas, New Novel Association.

Background

Scarlett, Elizabeth Ann was born on April 11, 1961 in Brooklyn. Daughter of Thomas Peter and Mary Elizabeth (Hogan) Scarlett.

Education

Bachelor in Comparative Literature cum laude, Washington University, 1983. Master of Arts in Romance Languages and Lits., Harvard University, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Romance Languages and Lits., Harvard University, 1991.

Career

Arts editor Washington University campus newspaper Student Life, St. Louis, 1979-1980. Spanish drill instructor Washington University, 1982-1983. English language assistant Lycée Polyvalent Paul-Sabatier, Carcassonne, France, 1983-1984.

Spanish teaching fellow Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1985-1988, 89-91. Researcher, writer Harvard Student Agencies, 1986, travel guide editor, 1987. Visiting assistant professor department English language University Seville, Spain, 1988-1989.

Assistant professor Spanish department Spanish, Italian and Portuguese University Virginia, Charlottesville, since 1991.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Association Teachers Spanish and Portuguese, Association International de Hispanistas, New Novel Association.

Connections

Married David Edward Wagner, April 23, 1995.

father:
Thomas Peter Scarlett

mother:
Mary Elizabeth (Hogan) Scarlett

spouse:
David Edward Wagner