Suzana Zink

Suzana Zink obtained her PhD in English from King’s College London in 2013, with a thesis entitled Virginia Woolf’s Rooms and the Spaces of Modernity. She also holds a Master’s degree in English, French and Education Sciences, as well as the Cambridge CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults). She has worked at the University of Neuchâtel since 2005, both as an assistant at the Institute of English Studies and as an English language instructor at the UniNE Language Centre. Her teaching experience includes first-year practical language and literature courses, exam preparation courses as well as courses on academic writing for the humanities and social sciences. Her research interests focus on spatial issues in modernist literature, especially Virginia Woolf and Jean Rhys. Her monograph on Virginia Woolf was published by Palgrave USA earlier this year. [link]