Professor presents paper at conference, evaluates Fulbright applications
Gail Ament, professor of Spanish at Morningside College, recently presented a paper at the International Conference on Hispanic Literature in Quito, Ecuador, and she traveled to San Francisco to evaluate Fulbright applications.
In Ecuador, she presented her paper "Contemporary Mexican Dystopia in the Narrative of Fernando Lobo," which is based on the novels of this Mexican writer whose literary workshops she attended last summer in Oaxaca, Mexico.
In San Francisco, she reviewed Fulbright applications for English Teaching Assistantships to Ecuador and Venezuela.
Ament was a Fulbright Scholar to Guatemala from 1995 to 1996 and joined the faculty at Morningside College in 1998. She has a master’s degree from the University of Montana and a doctorate from the University of Washington.