Rosita Scerbo is an Assistant Professor of US Latinx Culture at Allegheny College. Her research interests include Visual Autobiography, Digital Humanities, Visual disability narrative, and corporeal invisibility, Chicano/a and Mexican Studies, Feminism and Gender Studies. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures (English and Spanish) from the University of Calabria in 2013. In 2012 she spent one year in Sevilla (Spain) with the Erasmus scholarship. In 2013 she won the MOST scholarship, upon being one of the 4 most brilliant scholars in her language department. In 2016 she obtained her Master’s degree in Hispanic American Literature and Linguistics from West Virginia University. In April 2020 she defended her PhD dissertation and obtained her Doctorate degree in Latin American and US Latinx Studies from Arizona State University.
In addition, Rosita worked as a HASTAC Communications and Digital Content Development Intern at Arizona State University. She has received recognition within ASU, such as the GPSA's Teaching Excellence Award (2018), Pitch Competition Research Award (2017), and the Women in Latin America publication award (2019).
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