Hannah Blanning-Leloup is a second-year PhD student in the English department specializing in British and French Romantic literature. Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, she lived and taught bilingual students in France while coordinating middle school and college English programs. She holds a BA of Humanities and an MA of Comparative Literature from the University of Colorado along with an MA of British Literature from the Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre. Her experiences teaching diverse age groups and working as a Future Problem Solving coach have deepened her belief in the transformative power of the Humanities. She is delighted to be back in Colorado and loves painting, writing poetry, going to art exhibits and hiking with her family.
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