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Cecilia Enjuto Rangel

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  • Title: Associate Professor of Spanish
  • Additional Title: Director of Undergraduate Studies, CAS Language Coordinator
  • Phone: 541-346-4045
  • Office: 417 Friendly Hall
  • Affiliated Departments: Comparative Literature Department

Education

B.A. 1998 Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras M.A. 2002, Ph.D. 2005 Yale University

Research and teaching interests

19th and 20th century Spanish and Latin American Poetry; Transatlantic Studies; Comparative literature; Literature, Cinema and History

Courses Taught

SPAN 607 Graduate Seminar on Desire in Spanish and Latin American 19th century literatures SPAN 607 Graduate Seminar on the Avant-Garde SPAN 607 Graduate Seminar on The Representation of Women in Spanish and Latin American 19th century literatures SPAN 437/537 Graduate Seminar on the Spanish Civil War and Transatlantic Studies SPAN 437/537 Graduate Seminar on The City in Spanish and Latin American Poetry (19th and 20th centuries) SPAN 407 Seminar on the Literature and Film of the Spanish Civil War SPAN 407 Seminar on Children in Spanish and Latin American Literature and Film SPAN 407 Seminar on Latin American and Spanish Avant-gardes SPAN 333 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Narrative SPAN 330 Introduction to Spanish and Latin American Poetry SPAN 317 Introduction to Modern Peninsular Literature SPAN 319 Introduction to 20th century Latin American Literature SPAN 318 Introduction to Pre-Hispanic and Colonial literatures in Latin America

Book Projects

Cities in Ruins: The Politics of Modern Poetics. (West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, Purdue Studies in Romance Literatures, Vol. 50, 2010.) La verdad sobre el caso de José Antonio Primo de Rivera. A Judge’s Account.Federico Enjuto Ferrán. Introduction and edition with Pedro García Caro. (book- ms- in progress.) The Spanish and Latin American Transatlantic Studies Reader. Introduction and edition with Pedro García-Caro and Sebastiaan Faber. (To be completed in February 2014)

Publications

 

“La poética de la traducción: Briceida Cuevas Cob” (un ensayo introductorio a la obra poética de Briceida Cuevas Cob, y a sus poemas en maya, castellano e inglés). Cuadernos de ALDEEU, Abril 2013.

 

 

La mirada nostálgica del exilio en En el balcón vacío (1962)” Exiliados y cosmopolitas en el mundo hispánico. Ed. Araceli Tinajero. Madrid: Verbum, 2013.

“Góngora, Unamuno y el 27 en clave transatlántica.” Reyes, Borges, Ramón: La vida literaria en Madrid de los años 20. Ed. Julio Ortega. Monterrey: Cátedra Alfonso Reyes, Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey and Brown University, 2011.

 

 

Tres generaciones del exilio: la memoria guardada” L’exil espagnol dans les Amériques. Ed. Carmen Vásquez. Amiens: Centre d’Études Hispaniques D’Amiens (CEHA), 2011.

“Huidobro’s Voices in the Transatlantic Poetics of the Spanish Civil War” (book article) (Forthcoming) Rereading Huidobro: 21st Century Approaches. Eds. Scott Weintraub and Luis Correa Díaz. University of Minnesota “Hispanic Issues” series. 2010  http://hispanicissues.umn.edu/Spring2010.html
“Baudelaire y Cernuda: un recorrido por las ruinas de la ciudad moderna.”
(book article). Escribir la ciudad. Eds. Maribel
Ortiz and Vanessa Vilches. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Fragmento Imán, 2009.

“La guerra civil española: entre fantasmas, monstruos y faunos.” "España en armas: Cultura de guerras / Guerra de culturas".Vanderbilt e-Journal of Luso-Hispanic Studies. Vol 5. 2009.  http://ejournals.library.vanderbilt.edu/lusohispanic/viewissue.php

“Entre ruinas y escombros de Itálica a Madrid: la poética transatlántica de Neruda.” (book article) Alma América. In honorem Victorino Polo. Eds. Vicente Cervera Salinas y María Dolores Adsuar. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia, 2008.

“Broken Presents: The Modern City in Ruins in Baudelaire, Cernuda and Paz.”
Comparative Literature. Spring 2007.

Author entries, “Delmira Agustini” and “Julia de Burgos.” Little Black Book.
Ed. Lucy Daniel. London, Octopus Publishing Group, 2007.

“Cities in Ruins: The Recuperation of the Baroque in T.S.Eliot and Octavio
Paz.” How Far is America From Here? Proceedings of the International
American Studies Association (IASA)
 Leiden 2003. Paul Giles, Theo D’Haen,
Djelal Kadir, and Lois Parkinson Zamora, eds. Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi
Publishers, 2005.

“Reaching the Past through Cities in Ruins: Itálica and Machu Picchu.”
Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies. Vol. 2, Fall 2004, pp.43-60.

“Petrified Pasts: Octavio Paz and the Representation of Ruins.” Cyberletras.
July 2004. http://www.lehman.cuny.edu/ciberletras/

Reviews

“Entre dichos y desdichas: Diario de un poeta recién divorciado de Luis Correa Díaz” Anales de la literatura chilena. 7 (2006) 260-263. “Crossing the river, Cruzando el río: Twenty Mexican Poets” (Review of The River Is Wide, El río es ancho. Twenty Mexican Poets, A Bilingual Anthology. Marlon L. Fick, ed. and tr.). A Contracorriente. Vol. 4, No. 3, Spring 2007. “The Political, Aesthetic, and Ethical Responses to Ruins in Latin America.” Telling Ruins in Latin America. Eds. Michael Lazzara and Vicky Unruh. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2009. Review for A Contracorriente, Vol.8, No.1, Fall 2010 http://www.ncsu.edu/acontracorriente/ La poesía en la literatura española y latinoamericana de Garcilaso de la Vega a José Emilio Pacheco. Daniel Torres. Madrid: Editorial Pliegos, 2007. Review for Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Forthcoming in Fall 2010. Binding Violence. Literary Visions of Political Origins. Moira Fradinger. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2010. Review for MLN (Modern Language Notes) 2011. Fugitive from Spanish Fascism. A Memoir by Miguel Domínguez Soler. Translated and with an Introduction by Richard Baker. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point: Cornerstone Press, 2010. Review for The Volunteer. Forthcoming in 2012.

Works in progress

Through Children’s Eyes: Remembering a History of Wars and Dictatorships in Spanish and Latin American Film and Literature (Book manuscript in progress) A Transatlantic Feminist Poetics. (Book manuscript on women poets as Rosalía de Castro, Julia de Burgos, Delmira Agustini, Rosario Castellanos) “Weaving National and Gender Politics: The Transatlantic Poetics of Rosalía de Castro and Julia de Burgos” (article) “Through Children’s Eyes: A History of Violence and the Politics of Memory in Spain and Latin America” (article)

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