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Ana Laguna

Professor Ana Laguna has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature (Purdue 2002). Her research on the culture of sixteenth-and seventeenth-century Spain explores the relationship among literature, politics, and the visual arts, focusing on how literature reflects prominent artistic and socio-political anxieties. Her work has been awarded fellowships by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Ministry of Culture of Spain and United States Universities and the Rutgers Research Council. In 2008, she was the recipient of Rutgers’ Chancellor Award for Distinguished Teaching.

Selected Publications:

Book:

Cervantes and the Pictorial Imagination. Bucknell University Press. 2009.

 

Peer-reviewed Articles and Book Chapters:

  • Life is a Dream and the Fractures of Reason.” MLN 129.2 (2014): 238-254.

  • “On Quixote, Francoist Mythologies, and Generation Q.” Anuario de estudios cervantinos. Vigo: Academia del Hispanismo, 2014. 309-22.

  •  Alonso Jerónimo de Salas Barbadillo. Don Diego de noche. Ed. Enrique García Santo-Tomás. Review. Cincinnati Romance Review. Forthcoming.

  • “Antonio Pérez and the Art of Influence.” Signs of Power in Habsburg Spain and the New World. Ed. Jason McCloskey and Ignacio López.  Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press 2013. 133-5

  • De Armas, Frederick, Ovid in the Age of Cervantes. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2010.  Review. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos  46.3 (2012): 571-574

  • Dopico Black, Georgina y Francisco Layna Ranz, USA Cervantes. 39 Cervantistas en Estados Unidos. Madrid, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, 2009. Review. 2012. http://www.academiaeditorial.com/web/39-cervantistas-en-estados-unidos/

  • “The Unlikely Friendship of Cervantes and David Smith” exhib. cat. New York: Craig F. Starr Gallery, 2010.

  • “Cervantes en Hollywood. El curioso impertinente en Kissing a Fool (1998)”.  Don Quijote, cosmopolita: Nuevos estudios sobre la recepción internacional de la novela cervantina Colección Humanidades. Toledo: Publicaciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha, 2009. 369-82.

  • Entre el museo y el teatro:  oportunidades didácticas de la entrada real de Ana de Austria en Madrid” (Between the Museum and the Theater:  Didactic Opportunities at Queen Ana’s Entry in Madrid). Bulletin de Comediantes. 61.2 (2009): 51-69.

  • “Through the Bonfires of Petrarchism: Flemish Aesthetics in Cervantes’s El coloquio de los perros.”  Hispanic Review 75. 1 (2007): 23-45.

  • “An Exemplar Case of Jealousy. Cervantes’s Jealous Old Man from Extremadura: Fall and Rise of Virtue as an Operative Principle.”  Hispanófila 143 (2005): 1-19.

  • “Ekphrasis in the Prologue to Don Quijote I:  Urganda ‘the Unknowable’ and the Mirrors of Fiction.”  Ekphrasis in the Age of Cervantes. Ed. Frederick de Armas. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press, 2005. 135-57.

  • “Carmen Martín Gaite.  Ecos postmodernos.” Romance Languages Annual 9 (1997): 505-07.