Margery Resnick, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Associate Professor Foreign Languages and Literatures Cambridge, Massachusetts resnick@mit.edu

Bio/Research

Margery Resnick completed her Ph.D. at Harvard University and came to MIT as Head of Foreign Languages and Literatures after serving as assistant professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Spanish at Yale University. Her research includes work on Hispanic literature, international writing...

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Bio/Research

Margery Resnick completed her Ph.D. at Harvard University and came to MIT as Head of Foreign Languages and Literatures after serving as assistant professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Spanish at Yale University. Her research includes work on Hispanic literature, international writing by women and the history of women at MIT. Prof. Resnick has published articles and reviews in Spanish, Mexican and North American journals. She has always enjoyed building university curricula.

Prof. Resnick is actively involved in Spain where she is President of the International Institute—a Massachusetts Charitable Foundation established in Madrid by American educators and suffragists in the 19th Century. Prof. Resnick has taught courses for executives in the U.S. and in Spain and on the Spanish Civil war seen from abroad at the Carlos III University in Madrid.

Prof. Margery Resnick’s current research focuses on the history of women at MIT. She is Director of the MIT/AMITA Women’s Oral History project.



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