Rosita Scerbo is from Catanzaro, a small town in Calabria (Italy). 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 students in the language department at the University of Calabria, Italy. In 2016 she obtained her Master’s degree in Spanish Literature and Linguistics from West Virginia University. She is currently a Graduate PhD student and a Teaching Associate in Spanish at Arizona State University.
Doctor of Philosophy in Spanish-Literature and Cultural Studies- (Expected May 2020)
Arizona State University –Tempe, Arizona
Gradute Certificate in Digital Humanities (Expected May 2019)
Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona
Master of Arts in Spanish Literature and Linguistics – May 2016
West Virginia University – Morgantown, West Virginia
Graduate Certificate in University Teaching- May 2016.
West Virginia University- Morgantown, West Virginia.
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and English: Modern Languages and Cultures – July 2013
University of Calabria - Cosenza, Calabria, Italy
Research and Study Abroad Fellowship M.O.S.T. 2013
Fairmont State University- Fairmont, WV, United States
Study Abroad Program Erasmus - 2012
University of Seville – Seville, Spain
Visual Media, Popular Culture, Folklore and Traditions in the Hispanic World
Chicano/a and Mexican Studies
Feminism and Gender Studies
Chair, Editor of Circunloquios: Journal of Cultural Studies, ASU. 2016-Present
Peer Mentor, SPAGRAD's Peer-Mentoring and Community Outreach committee, 2017.
Vice President, Theta Epsilon Chapter, Sigma Delta Pi National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, 2016-2017.
Head Coordinator, Entre Amig@s Spanish Conversation Club, 2016-2017.
Panel Chair and Conference Organizing Committee member, Spanish Graduate Student Association Conference (ASU), XX Spanish Graduate Literature Conference, School of International Letters and Cultures, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, “Urban Manifestations in Cultural and Literary Studies”, March 17, 18, 2017.
Coordinator, Backpacking through the Spanish speaking countries, 2016
Coordinator, Hispanic heritage Month asu activities, 2016.
Founding Head Coordinator, Salsa Festival, ASU, 2016-2017.