Graciela Pérez

Education

  • Ph.D, French Philology, Universidad Nacional de Educación a la Distancia, Madrid, Spain
  • DEA French Philology, Universidad Nacional de Educación a la Distancia, Madrid, Spain
  • DEA Lettres-Humanités-Civilisations, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France
  • M.A., Modern Languages, Lettres et Langues, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France
  • B.A., Literature and Languages, Licence de Lettres Modernes, Lettres et Langues, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France

Publications & Presentations

  • Boruszko, Graciela S., A Literary Map of Spain in the 21st Century, Postcolonial Series 19, Germany: Peter Lang, 2013. Print.
  • “Charles Nodier’s Fantastic World in Inès de Las Sierras,” Transitions and Dissolving Boundaries in the Fantastic (Research in the Fantastic/Fantastikforschung) Book 2, Christine Lötscher, Petra Schrackmann, Ingrid Tomkowiak, Aleta-Amirée von Holzen Eds. , LIT Verlang (2014): 29-39 Print
  • “The Gam: A Particular Place in the Transnational”, Diasporic Identities and Empire, Guest Editor: David Brooks, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, (2013): 29-39 Print
  • "Self’ and ‘The Other’ a Journey of Mutual Recognition,” Racism and Borders: Representation, Repression, Resistance, Ed. Jeff Shantz, and Contributors, New York: Algora Publishing, September (2010): 141-156 Print.
  • "Pedagogy, Digital Humanities, and Comparative Humanities" The 2014-2015 ACLA Reprt on the State of the Discipline of Comparative Literature, Paradigms, January (2015) WEB.
  • "MyWords=YourWords=OurWorld@literature.global," Research in EFL and Literature Context: Challenges and Directions, edited by Aleksandra Nikcevic-Batricevic and Maria Mijuskovic, Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research ATINER, (2014): 253-264. Print.
  • "Introduction to New Work about World Literatures (Theory and Application)" Eds: Graciela Boruszko and Steven Totosy de Zepetnek, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture. 15.3. Indiana: Purdue University Press, December (2013) Web.
  • "Exploring a New Learning Topography, Latest Technologies meet the Teaching of World Literature"
  • Special Issue: "Introduction to New Work about World Literatures(Theory and Application)" Eds: Graciela Boruszko and Steven Totosy de Zepetnek, CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture. 15.3. Indiana: Purdue University Press, December (2013) Web.
  • "Estudio de: 'Romper el Silencio' de Antonio Altarriba." Arancibia, Juana A., Homenaje a la Escritora Mexicana Marcela del Rio. Westminster, California: Instituto Literario y Cultural Hispánico. Volume 32, Number 60-61, (2012): 94-111 Print.
  • Español@lengua.personal.global." Label me Latino/a, Journal of Twentieth & Twenty-First Centuries Latino Literary Production, edited by Michele Shaul and Kathryn Quinn-Sanchez, Volume II, Fall, September 5, n.p.g. (2012) Web.
  • "'Minorized' Languages: How Do I Translate Myself To You?" Language, Literarure, and Cultural Studies LLCS, Military Technical Academy, Bucharest: Department of Foreign Languages, Vol. IV, No. 1. June (2011): 113-120 Print.
  • "L'Historie d'Espagne dans la literature francaise: une fascination qui s'exprime dans le monde fanstique litteraire du XIX siecle. Etude d'Ines de las Sierras de Charles Nodier." Analecta Malacitana, Spain: Univesidad de Malaga, XXXIV, 1. (2011): 187-210 Print.
  • "L'imaginaire Fantastique Chez Nodier Et L'inspiration Biblique: Thématiques Des Images Littéraires D'inspiration Biblique Reprises Par Nodier.” Neohelicon. 38.1 (2011): 199-212. Print. (French)
  • “L'imaginaire Fantastique Chez Nodier Et L'inspiration Biblique." Neohelicon. 38.1 (2011): 199-212. Print. (English)