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historian , researcher

Marie Patricia McMahon, American historian, researcher. Recipient Outstanding Educator award, Mount Vernon College, 1972. Member of University Institute Women Studies (founding member, member editl board Journal Clepsydra 2002), Association Neighbors.

Background

McMahon, Marie Patricia was born on October 19, 1940 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of William Patrick McMahon and Mary Agnes Waters.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, 1966. Bachelor, University Alicante, Spain, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, American University, Washington, 1986.

Career

Instructor Mount Vernon College, Washington, 1968—1972. Fulbright professor Fulbright Commission, 1975—1978. Instructor University La Laguna, Spain, 1979—1995, associate professor, since 1995.

Vice chair, department English and German studies University La Laguna, 1991—1992, 1993—1995, acting chair, 1992, coordinator literature and culture unit, department English and German studies, since 2002. Member Research and Development project Canarian Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, 2003—2006, Spanish Ministry Education and Science, Madrid, 2004—2007.

Membership

Member of University Institute Women Studies (founding member, member editl board Journal Clepsydra 2002), Association Neighbors.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, movies.

Connections

father:
William Patrick McMahon

mother:
Mary Agnes Waters