19th-21st century Spanish literature

Francisca Gonzalez Flores

portrait: Francisca Gonzalez Flores
Contact: 

fgflores@stanford.edu

Francisca was born and grew up in Badajoz, Spain. She received her B.A. in Spanish Literature and Linguistics (Licenciatura en Filología Hispánica) at the University of Salamanca, Spain. After graduating, she became a part of the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Heidelberg (Germany), where she worked as a lecturer and student advisor, teaching courses on Spanish literature, culture, and language. She then earned the MAE-AECI Scholarship from the Spanish Foreign Ministry, and went to work as a lecturer at the Department of Spanish and Portuguese of the University of California at Berkeley, where she taught Spanish linguistics and language courses. At Stanford, she focuses on nineteenth-twenty first century Iberian literature with an emphasis on transatlantic studies and cinema.

Publications

“El imperio ultramarino y la España de entre siglos en Los Ayacuchos.Actas del X Congreso Internacional de Estudios Galdosianos (forthcoming).

“América en la España de Antonio Machado: la presencia y función de Ultramar en Soledades. Galerías. Otros poemasy Campos de Castilla.” Hispanic Review 80, 1 (2012): 85-106.

“Rulfo y Goethe: la imposibilidad de una vuelta a casa.” Nuevo Texto Crítico 23, 45-46 (2010): 349-59.

“Mujer y pacto fáustico en el narcomundo.Representaciones literarias y cinematográficas en La vendedora de rosas de Víctor Gaviria, La Reina del Sur de Arturo Pérez Reverte y María llena eres de gracia de Joshua Marston” Romance Quarterly57, 4 (2010): 286-99.

“Gabriel García Márquez y Yasunari Kawabata: el bel morir y el bel vivir. A propósito de  Memoria de mis putas tristes.” Revista de Crítica Literaria, 34, 67 (2008): 335-45.

Introducción a la lingüística española: Workbook and Answer Key.With Milton M. Azevedo. Upper Saddle River: Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2005.

Grants and Awards

Centennial Teaching Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching. School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University

Graduate Working Group Grant (“Literary Dialogs Reading Group”). Center for Latin American Studies, Stanford University

MAE-AECI Scholarship. Spanish Foreign Ministry, Madrid, Spain

Erasmus Teaching Scholarship. Spanish Education Ministry, Madrid, Spain

Language(s): 
Spanish
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