Curriculum Vitae (0.05MB)
Dr. Faith Mishina was raised in Japan, educated in the US, France, Spain and Latin America. She has two Masters degrees in languages and a Doctorate of Modern Languages. She teaches at the University of Hawaii, a location that incorporates linguistic and cultural diversity. Though she is an Associate Professor of both literatures and languages, her research has centered on the political novels of Gabriel García Márquez, and the effects of the Neoliberal fire of adversity on Latin Americans and their Indigenous civilizations.