Nicolás Fernández-Medina

Associate Professor of Spanish and Philosophy
Co-Director-Spanish and Italian Modernist Studies Forum
Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
Dept. of Philosophy
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802

 

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New Series: McGill-Queen’s Iberian and Latin American Cultures

SERIES EDITOR: Nicolás Fernández-Medina

The McGill-Queen’s Iberian and Latin American Cultures Series is committed to publishing original scholarship that explores and reevaluates Iberian and Latin American cultures, connections, and identities. Offering diverse perspectives on a range of regional and global histories from the early modern period to twenty-first-century contexts, the series cuts across disciplinary boundaries to consider how questions of authority, nation, revolution, gender, sexuality, science, epistemology, avant-gardism, aesthetics, travel, colonization, race relations, religious belief, and media technologies, among others, have shaped the rich and complex trajectories of modernity in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America.

Series Advisory Board: John Slater (UC Davis), Ruth Hill (Vanderbilt), Enrique García Santo-Tomás (U of Michigan), Mabel Moraña (Washington U in St. Louis), Jesús Pérez-Magallón (McGill), Mariselle Meléndez (U of Illinois, Urbana Champaign), Gustavo Pérez-Firmat (Columbia), Ana Rueda (U of Kentucky), Rubén Gallo (Princeton), Jesús Torrecilla (UCLA), Hernán Díaz (Columbia).

The McGill-Queen’s Iberian and Latin American Cultures Series promotes rigorous scholarship and welcomes proposals for innovative and theoretically compelling monographs and edited collections. Authors are invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by e-mail to the Series Editor Nicolás Fernández-Medina (nuf3@psu.edu) and Acquisitions Editor Richard Ratzlaff (richard.ratzlaff@queensu.ca).

For more information on submitting a proposal and publishing with McGill-Queen’s University Press, visit the Publishing With Uspage at www.mqup.ca.

 

Author: Nicolás Fernández-Medina

Associate Professor of Spanish and Philosophy