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Amanda Bermudez grew up throughout the U.S., and after graduating high school ranked first in her class at age 17, she moved to Moscow, Russia, where she worked as a volunteer language instructor with Afghan refugees and as a textual translator. She received her bachelor's degree between Chicago and Sydney, Australia in Philosophy of the Arts, and went on to study art and film studies at the postgraduate level at Yale University.
In addition to teaching, her diverse career includes public arts organization (International Festival of Arts & Ideas, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Yale Repertory Theater), and editing texts including The Directory of World Cinema: Belgium (various authors) and Alexander Sokurov: Figures of Paradox (Jeremi Szaniawski). She has written, devised, and directed a number of works, including Duel (Nystrom Theater Chicago, 2009), The Last Night Anywhere (Yale University, 2012), and an adaptation of W.H. Auden's The Sea and the Mirror (Yale Center for British Art, 2013). She is a National Merit Scholar, recipient of the prestigious Jameson Prize, and a Writer's Digest National Award winner.
Los Angeles, CA
ACT Reading, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT English, Essay Writing, Creative Writing, English, Reading Comprehension, AP English Composition, TOEFL, ESL/ESOL, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT English, ACT Reading, PSAT, TOEFL
Yale University M.A. Interdisciplinary Studies
Wheaton College B.A. Philosophy/Communication