Dr. Isabelle Therriault
Assistant Professor of Foreign Language
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Dr. Therriault received her Bachelor of Arts degree at McGill University, Montreal, and Master’s degree in Hispanic Studies at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. Her Doctoral dissertation, completed at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, MA, investigates the cultural representation of tapadas, or veiled women, in Spain and the New World in a vast array of early modern literary, as well as visual, historical and legal documents. Her concentrated areas of study and research are in Spanish Golden Age and Colonial literature. Dr. Therriault has published several articles and has participated in conferences where she presented on topics such as theatrical performance, gender, bilingualism, metafiction, historiography, self-representation and veiled women.