Modern Languages and Literatures

Daniel Hanna

Assistant Professor of French and Spanish

Interests

Music, Convent Literature, Teresa of Avila

Education

PhD in French Literature, Princeton University
MA in French Literature, Princeton University
MA Coursework in French Literature, Bryn Mawr College
MA in Music Performance, University of Colorado
BM in Music Education, Temple University 

Publications

La guirlande térésienne: A nineteenth-century ‘Teresian bard’ sings the praises of Teresa of Avila”. Christianity and Literature, 2016

“Pour la fête de notre séraphique mère sainte Thérèse: A Teresian Celebration in Verse, and a Concise View of French Carmelite Poetry”. Scripta, International Journal of Medieval Literature & Culture, 2015

L’art de chanter et rimer: Poesía sanjuanista de estilo teresiano en el Carmelo femenino franco-belga”. Revista de escritoras ibéricas, 2015

“Defending Divinity: A Teresian Carmelite Responds to Ernest Renan’s Vie de Jesus”. Women in French Studies, 2015

“The Poetic Habit: Verse and Vestment in Spanish and French Carmel”. Early Modern Women: an Interdisciplinary Journal, 2015

Un trait thérésien: French Carmelite Poetry in the Tradition of Teresa of Ávila”. The Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 2015

“Translating Teresa: Muero porque no muero in 17th-century France”. 1611: A Journal of Translation History, 2014