Born in Kansas City and raised in New York, Eva Rose currently studies Comparative Literature at the University of San Francisco. Her linguistic studies focus on Romance Languages, and she is passionate about applying studies of language and culture to solving social issues of inequity and injustice. Recently, in Florence, Italy, Eva presented on intersectional and Italian feminism at the Florence University of the Arts’ Ninth Annual Conference. Eva is currently writing her senior thesis, in which she is performing a comparative analysis of gender construction in early 20th century Italian and Argentinian poetry. She has worked on projects in sex education, job training for the unemployed, and teaching English to immigrants. She is an avid photographer and integrates art into much of her work. After graduating, Eva plans to work abroad for a year before pursuing studies in gender and literary theory in graduate school.
Updated May 2018