Iberian Masculinities at the Margins
Edited By Josep M. Armengol
Notes on contributors 133
Notes on Contributors Josep M. Armengol-Carrera obtained his Ph.D. in English from the University of Barcelona, Spain, with the thesis “Gendering Men: Theorizing Masculinities in American Culture and Literature” (2006). A renowned masculinity scholar, he has lectured and published extensively on masculinity studies, especially on literary representations of masculinity, in prestigious academic journals such as Signs, Men and Masculinities, the Hemingway Review, and Journal of Men’s Studies, among others. His latest books include Debating Masculinity (2009), Richard Ford and the Fiction of Masculinities (the winner of the 2010 Literary Scholarship Prize awarded annually by the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies), and Men in Color: Racialized Masculinities in U.S. Literature and Cinema (2011). He is also an international advisory editor for the academic journal Men and Masculinities (Sage Publications), as well as co-editor of the “Masculinity Studies” series at Peter Lang. Currently, he is Associate Professor of English at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, where he is working on a new book on masculinities in African American fiction. After studying Non-Western English Literature and Latin American & Caribbean Studies at Hunter College, CUNY, Danny M. Barreto received his Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages & Literature in 2010 from Stony Brook University, SUNY, where he also completed a graduate program in Women’s Studies. His doctoral research centered on issues of family, gender, and nation in late-nineteenth-century Galician narrative. Since then he has broadened his work on the modern regionalist novel, gender and sexuality, and Galician Studies to also include transatlantic emigrant literature, twentieth- and...
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