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  GONZALEZ FERNANDEZ DE SEVILLA, JOSE MANUEL

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GONZALEZ FERNANDEZ DE SEVILLA, JOSE MANUEL

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+34 965903400 x 3773
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Current professional activity

Position:
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
FILOLOGIA INGLESA
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UNESCO Code:
550510 - Filología

Academic background

  • Doctorado en Filología Inglesa.
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid. (23/07/1987)
  • Licenciatura en Filología Inglesa.
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid. (16/12/1981)

José Manuel González is currently Professor of English Literature at the Uni­versity of Alicante. Renaissance poetry and drama, including Shakespeare, have been a growing and constant interest of his academic research. His areas of academic specialization include Shakespeare Studies and Golden Age Spanish Drama. He has published extensively on Shakespeare and various aspects of early modem theatre in England and Spain. He has been Visiting Professor at the universities of Delaware (2003/2007), South Carolina (2005), Groningen (2006), Bangor (2007), Lodz (2013), and King´s College London (2014-2015). He is the editor of Shakespeare and Spain (Mellen 2002), Spanish Studies in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries (Delaware 2006) and Shakespeare, Cervantes and Rabelais (Mellen 2011). He is a member of the International Committee of Correspondents of the World Shake­speare Bibliography, of the SAA (Shakespeare Association of America), of the ISA (International Shakespeare Association) and of sederi (Spanish Society for English Renaissance Studies). He is also a member of the editorial board of Multicultural Shakespeare  and Shakespeare until 2011. His latest contributions have appeared in Women Making Shakespeare (Bloomsbury 2013) and Shakespeare and the Visual Arts (Routledge 2017). His monograph Cervantes y Shakespeare. Una aproximación comparativa was published by Síntesis in 2016.  He is the general editor of Cervantes-Shakespeare. Context, Influence, Relation (Reichenberger 2017) A short biography has appeared in Who´s Who in the World since 2004.