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Cacho, Dr Rodrigo

Rodrigo works on early modern literature and culture, focusing on comparative studies including European poetry and visual arts in Spain, Portugal, Italy and France. He is currently working on the early development of Spanish American poetry in its transatlantic context.

Carreres, Dr Ángeles

​Ángeles Carreres's interests lie in the theory and practice of translation and in language teaching and learning. She has published on post-structuralist approaches to translation and, more recently, on the role of translation in language teaching and learning.ŷ

Davis, Dr Stuart

Stuart Davis specialises in modern and contemporary Spanish Peninsular culture, with a particular interest in memory, shame and other emotions in literature, film and visual cultures. He has long standing interests in in canon theory, metacriticism, museum studies and representations of gender and sexuality. 

Drayson, Dr Elizabeth

Elizabeth Drayson works on medieval and early modern Spanish literature and cultural history, with a particular interest in the relationship between Arabic, Jewish, and Christian cultures in medieval and Golden Age Spain, as well as the interpretation of medieval literature in art and film.

Epps, Prof Brad

Brad Epps' research interests interests include eighteenth to twenty-first century Spanish and Latin American literature, Catalan literature and film, Ibero-American cinema, photography, and art, Hispanophone Africa, theories of visuality, modernity, critical theory, gender and sexuality studies, feminist thought, queer theory, urban cultures, immigration, and post-colonial studies, among others. 

Lennon, Dr Paul Joseph

Paul Lennon's research focuses on the literature and culture of Golden Age Peninsular Spain. In particular, he is interested in poetry and the philosophical currents that helped shape it, such as Neoplatonism.

Maguire, Dr Geoffrey

Geoffrey Maguire’s research and teaching interests focus on the intersections of politics and culture in contemporary Latin America, with a particular emphasis on 21st-century Argentine literature, film and visual art.

Noriega-Sánchez, Dr María

​María Noriega-Sánchez interests lie in pedagogical translation, curriculum design and development of language learning material.

O'Bryen, Dr Rory

Rory O'Bryen’s research focuses on nineteenth and twentieth-century Colombian culture, and specifically on the intersections between literature and politics. 

Page, Dr Joanna

Joanna Page's research focuses on Argentine literature and cinema, Chilean cinema, and graphic fiction from Latin America. Her work engages with theories of science and culture, as well as new materialist and posthuman thought, postcolonial theory, film and new media theories, and capitalism and neoliberalism in Latin America.

Sinclair, Prof Alison

Alison Sinclair, who retired in September 2014, specialises in nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Peninsular literature, culture and intellectual history, with a focus on popular culture and cultural transmissions. She was PI on the AHRC-funded project ‘Wrongdoing in Spain 1800-1936: Realities, Representations, Reactions’ (2011-2014), and is currently part of a project to compile a universal catalogue of Spanish chapbooks (pliegos sueltos).

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News and Research Opportunities

Leverhulme Early Career Postdoctoral Fellowships

11 November 2016

The Faculty welcomes applications for Leverhulme Early Career Postdoctoral Fellowships.

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships 2017

10 May 2016

The Faculty welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships.

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