New Book Announcement--"Capital Inscriptions" Essays in Honor of Malcolm Compitello
Essays on Hispanic Literature, Film & Urban Space
in Honor of Malcolm Alan Compitello.
Edited by Benjamin Fraser
EDWARD BAKER, Ind. Scholar
VANIA BARRAZA, U of Memphis
ALBERTO CHAMORRO, Drury U
SHALISA COLLINS, St. Norbert’s C
AGUSTÍN CUADRADO, Texas State U, San Marcos
THOMAS DEVENY, McDaniel C
SUSAN DIVINE, Westminster C
BENJAMIN FRASER, C of Charleston
LOURDES GABIKAGOJEASKOA, U of Memphis
ANTHONY GEIST, U of Washington
DAVID HERZBERGER, U of California, Riverside
SUSAN LARSON, U of Kentucky
SOHYUN LEE, Texas Christian U
ARACELI MASTERSON, Augustana C
NURIA MORGADO, Staten Island C
RANDOLPH POPE, U of Virginia
JOSEPH V. RICAPITO, Louisiana State U
NATHAN RICHARDSON, Bowling Green State U
WILLIAM SHERZER, Brooklyn C, CUNY
MICHAEL UGARTE, U of Missouri, Columbia
This book features essays by peers, colleagues and former students of Malcolm Alan Compitello. After obtaining his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 1979, Malcolm went on to notable achievements as both teacher and administrator, scholar and editor, mentor and friend to many in the field. Most recently Professor and Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona, he has also held positions at Michigan State University, the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Middlebury College, Indiana University-Purdue University, Grand Valley State College, St. John's University and the University of Verona. He also was elected to the Executive Committee of the ADFL (Association of Departments of Foreign Languages) (2003-05) and was President of the ADFL in 2005.
Although he is perhaps most well known today as the Executive Editor of the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, he has also been the editor/co-editor of numerous other projects including Madrid: De Fortunata a la M-40 (Alianza, 2003), Rewriting the Good Fight: Critical Essays on the Literature of the Spanish Civil War (Michigan State UP, 1989), Critical Approaches to the Writings of Juan Benet (UP of New England, 1984), and also The American Hispanist. His monographic work titled Ordering the Evidence: Volverás a Región and Civil War Fiction (Puvill, 1983) remains a touchstone for studies of Spanish novelist Juan Benet today, and his more recent essays have consistently been at the forefront of the ‘spatial turn’ in Hispanic Studies.
TO PURCHASE THIS BOOK:
—Subscribers should contact Juan de la Cuesta directly to purchase this title
—Go to http://www.JuandelaCuesta.com/html/festschrift.html to print out an order form.
—Subscribers will receive a print copy of the book—and have their name printed in the book’s TABULA GRATULATORIA—at the rate of $25.00. Both individuals & libraries are welcome to subscribe.
—Orders are now being accepted—the book is expected to appear in print during Fall of 2012.
—Or contact Benjamin Fraser at email@example.com if you have any questions.
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