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Hacia nuevas interpretaciones de la latinidad en el siglo XXI - 15,00

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Hacia nuevas interpretaciones de la latinidad en el siglo XXI

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José Antonio Gurpegui is a Full Professor in American Studies at the Universidad de Alcalá. Former director of Instituto Franklin-UAH from 2003 to 2013. He was Visiting Scholar in Harvard University from 1994 to 1996. His publications include Nexos Liberales: La Constitución de Estados Unidos y Española de 1812 (2018); Hemingway and Existentialism (2013); Interpreting the New Millenium (2008); Johan Steinbeck: escribir en el edén (2006); Narrativa Chicana: nuevas propuestas analíticas (2003); Historia crítica de la novela norteamericana (2001). He is a regular contributor to El Cultural from the Spanish newspaper El Mundo. He is a member of the “Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage” project in the United States.

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This book contains a selection of articles by expert researchers in the field of Chicano Studies. Several issues are addressed, from music to film, literature to sociology. It conveys a broad overview of the current interests of researchers in this field.

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