Xabier  Granja

Instructor of Spanish


Office Hours

TBA Fall 2017

Or by appointment

Education

PhD, Hispanic Literature (University of Illinois at Chicago)

MA, Hispanic Literature (University of Illinois at Chicago)

Licenciatura, English Philology (Universidad de Deusto)

BA, Modern Languages (Universidad de Deusto)

Affiliations

Research Interests

Dr. Granja’s research and teaching interests include gender studies, masculinity studies, early modern Spanish literature, and film theory.

Selected Publications

Granja, X. (Forthcoming 2018) “Refashioning Early Modern masculine performance through manuales de conducta”. Bulletin of Spanish Studies.

Granja, X. (Forthcoming 2017) “Woman Reclaimed: Subverting Feminine Exclusion in the Works of Maria de Zayas”. In Handbook on Women and the Ideology of Political Exclusion: 2500 Years, eds. Tatiana Tsakiropoulou-Summers and Katerina Kitsi. Routledge.

Granja, X. (2014) Esencia de hombre en envase de mujer: Desplazamiento de la Virtud y Construcción de la Identidad Femenina Nacional en el Siglo de Oro Español. El Cid, Vol. 24 (Summer, 2014), 72-90.

Contributions (2011) to Kim Potowski’s Conversaciones escritas: Lectura y redacción en contexto. John Wiley & Sons, 2011.

Granja, X. (2009) The Latin-American detective: a centrifugal evolution. LASA2009: Rethinking Inequalities. Latin American Studies Association. (Link – requires subscription)