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Iulia Sprinceana

Associate Professor of Spanish

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BA - Middlebury College
PhD - University of California, Berkeley


​​​Iulia Sprinceana, associate professor of Spanish, joined Centre in 2014. A native of Romania, her teaching and research interests include language, culture studies, and modern and contemporary peninsular Spanish narrative, theater, and performance. She puts on dramatic productions with students as part of her classes.  She received a B.A. in economics and Spanish from Middlebury College, and a Ph.D. in Romance languages and literatures from the University of California, Berkeley.  


  • Fragments of History, Before and After: Naufragios. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies. Liverpool University Press, 94(6), pp. 591
  • The Shape of Resistance: Objects as Fetishes in El cementerio de automÌ_viles (1957) by Fernando Arrabal and Ederra (1982) by Ignacio Amestoy. Anales de la literatura espa̱ola contemporÌÁnea (ALEC).44 (2), pp. 183-204, 2019.
  • MEZ TRUEBA, TERESA Y JANETT REINSTAíöDLER, EDS. Extranjeros, turistas, migrantes. Estudios sobre identidad y alteridad en las culturas hispaínicas contemporaíneas. Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2021. 224 paíginas. Revista de ALCESXXI. Journal of Contemporary Spanish Literature and Film. NÌmero cinco. 2022.

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