Kate Good studies nineteenth through twenty-first century Peninsular literary and cultural production. She has published articles on gender, literary culture, and translation in Catalan Review, Decimonónica, and MIFLC Review. In 2017, she participated in the Faber Residency in Catalonia, where she researched and presented on Caterina Albert i Paradís and her female contemporaries. Prof. Good is currently completing a fourth essay analyzing representations of disability and nationalism in twentieth- and twenty-first century Catalunya.
Prof. Good has also worked as a Spanish-to-English and Catalan-to-English translator in academic and literary contexts. She has translated several Catalan short stories, including the collection Short Stories for Tall Tourists (Editorial Blablabla 2015).
Prof. Good has taught a range of language and culture courses, including two courses on Catalan. At Grinnell this fall, she teaches SPN 105 and 217. Outside of class, she's looking forward to talking with students at the Spanish Table!
PhD Romance Languages and Literatures: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2018)
Dissertation: Writing Methods: Models of Literary Creation and Reception in the Work of Caterina Albert i Paradís/Víctor Català
MA Romance Languages and Literatures: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2014)
BA Spanish: University of Virginia (2010)