Associate Professor, Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
My research focuses on twentieth-century Spanish poetry and intellectual history, with particular emphasis on María Zambrano (1904-1991) and the Republican exile under Franco’s dictatorship (1939-1975). I am co-editor of the volume VI of María Zambrano’s Obras completas (entitled Escritos autobiográficos. Delirios. Poemas (1928-1990). Delirio y destino (1952)) (2014), and author of the books María Zambrano, crítica literaria (2004) and Representaciones del espacio en la poesía del exilio republicano español: Emilio Prados, Juan Ramón Jiménez y Luis Cernuda (2018), as well as of scholarly publications in collective volumes and journals. Before joining Concordia University, where I teach literature and culture of modern Spain, I taught Spanish literature at Cairo University (Egypt) and Spanish at Brown University (USA). I have also published some creative work and essays on poetry, art, and cinema in magazines, newspapers, and art catalogues. I am currently a member of the Editorial Board of the Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos.
PhD: Hispanic Studies. Brown University, United States. 2003
MA: Hispanic Studies. Brown University, United States. 2000
Licenciatura: Filología Hispánica. Universidad de La Laguna, Spain. 1994
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