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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Publications include articles on aspects of the texts and manuscripts of epic, balladry, chronicles, popular religious legends and other works, and the manuscript collector Sir Thomas Phillipps and his circle. She moved to Paterson, New Jersey with her family in Her mature poems and stories would be best understood and appreciated by an upper-end YA audience.
He has acted as a consultant on productions of Golden Age theatre including at the Royal Shakespeare Company. My current book project, Modernist Laboratories , explores the intersections between literary and scientific innovation in Spanish America between and , particularly Mexico, Cuba and Argentina. This project has led me to explore early examples of popular science publishing in Spanish America, which reveal the correlations between scientific modernization and nation-building projects.
My previous work, which has resulted, among other pieces, in a monograph Ghost-Watching American Modernity , and two volumes co-edited with Esther Peeren The Spectralities Reader from and Popular Ghosts , explores narratives of haunting as responses to different processes of modernization in the American hemisphere and beyond. Latin American literature, culture and film, with a particular focus on contemporary Argentine poetry. Others of his fields of expertise, in which he has also published extensively, are the history of the Spanish language especially lexical history , textual criticism, bibliography, history of the book, and manuscript studies.
Spanish literature of the modern period C19th and C20th , especially modernismo, poetry, cinema, music and the visual arts.
My broad area of research is twentieth Spanish American literature, with a particular interest in the avant-garde poetry of the s and s, especially that of Neruda and Vallejo. He has also published on Early-modern and medieval Spanish literature, Latin American cultural studies and modern Spanish literature. His current research focuses on cross-linguistic lexical influence and the interaction between language and culture in various settings, including contemporary literature and humour.
My research focuses on contemporary Spanish literature, with a particular emphasis on memory, trauma and exile. The literature of the Spanish Golden Age sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and theatre in particular. He is currently working on: He has extensively published on genes involved in the regulation of the neural substrate of language. He is also interested in evolutionary processes responsible for the emergence of language in modern humans. He has conducted as well research on language deficits in people afected by developmental disorders Parkinson disease, Williams syndrome. He has translated from English into Spanish different reference books on Linguistics and literature.
The history and culture of Spain in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with particular emphasis on religion and the European context. Medieval Hispanic studies, with particular emphasis on literary and manuscript studies and the history of the book. Publications include articles on aspects of the texts and manuscripts of epic, balladry, chronicles, popular religious legends and other works, and the manuscript collector Sir Thomas Phillipps and his circle.
Instructor in Spanish Address: Language Centre, 12 Woodstock Road, Oxford. He is currently enrolled in a PHD program Universidad de Granada exploring the fragmentation of traditional reading protocols and formats in comics.
Her principal interest lies in the way texts circulate beyond their national borders, creating a network of influences that is key to the understanding of the development of literary traditions. In addition, her interests in 20 th Century peninsular poetry made her contribute a paper on Antonio Machado.
The sequences produced by spoken Spanish and other languages have been taken as data to assess the validity of generative models: Her main focus of research has been to find methods of analysis which can answer a basic question: