Hispanic Studies Graduate Assistants | LSU Foreign Languages and Literatures

Hispanic Studies Graduate Assistants

Mathilde Bergeron

Mathilde Bergeron recently received her BA in Spanish with a double minor in Film and Art History from LSU in May 2020. During her time as an undergraduate student, she studied abroad in Argentina, crewed on film sets, and interned in museums to practice hands-on applications of her studies. As a continuation of her undergraduate studies, her area of concentration in Cultural Studies with an emphasis on Latin American film history.

Kathryn Elkins

Katie is from Monroe, Louisiana. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder in May of 2013 and received a B.A. in International Affairs with a focus on Europe and Spanish language. She spent her junior year of college living in Sevilla, Spain and backpacked through Central and South America for three months in 2017. Her area of concentration is Hispanic Cultural Studies.

Meghan Hodges

Meghan is a transplant from Cookeville, Tennessee. She completed her Bachelor of the Arts in English with a minor concentration in Spanish at LSU in May of 2019. In LSU's Hispanic Studies Master's Program, Meghan concentrates on twentieth-century Spanish literature. Following her completion of the M.A. Program in May of 2021, Meghan intends to pursue a doctorate degree in Comparative Literature, furthering her research of Classical Reception across cultures.

Andrew Levie

Justin Lightsey

Daniel Loving

Hanna McIntire

Hanna Rose is from Ruston, Louisiana. She completed her undergraduate studies at John Brown University in May of 2015 with a BA in Spanish and a double major in Fine Art. After completing the Hispanic Studies program, she plans to teach Spanish and ESL at the elementary age level. 

Gina Sassau

Jing Tan

Jing is working towards a dual degree in MA in Hispanic Studies and Ph.D. in Comparative Literature. She holds a BA in Economics from Peking University, China, and has had a wonderful journey studying in the Department of Hispanic Literatures at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She’s a great lover of Spanish Golden Age Literature and East-West Comparative Poetics; in the MA program, she currently concentrates on contemporary Migrant Literature in Latin America.