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Recepción 2021
SPAN 180 01- Summer 2021
SPAN 180 02 - Summer 2021
World Languages and Spanish programs summer session classes
COVID durante la temporada de influenza

Cristián H. Ricci

Cristián H. RicciIberian Studies and North African Studies Professor

Contact: cricci@ucmerced.edu | COB2 216

Cristián H. Ricci is an Iberian Studies and North African Studies Professor at the University of California, Merced. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Barbara, 2003. He has published many monographs on Iberian and Moroccan literatures, including El espacio urbano en la narrativa del Madrid de la Edad de Plata, 1900-1938 (CSIC, 2009), ¡Hay moros en la costa! Literatura marroquí fronteriza en castellano y catalán (Iberoamericana, 2014), Morocco in Europe. New voices of Muslim North-African Migrants in Europe captures (Brill 2019). He is the co-director of Transmodernity: Journal of Peripheral cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World.

Cristián H. Ricci es Professor de Estudios Ibéricos y Norteafricanos en la Universidad de California, Merced. Obtuvo su doctorado en la Universidad de California, Santa Bárbara en 2003. Ha publicado numerosas monografías sobre la literatura ibérica y marroquí, entre ellas El espacio urbano en la narrativa del Madrid de la Edad de Plata, 1900-1938 (CSIC, 2009), ¡Hay moros en la costa! Literatura marroquí fronteriza en castellano y catalán (Iberoamericana, 2014), Morocco in Europe. New voices of Muslim North-African Migrants in Europe captures (Brill 2019). Es co director de Transmodernity: Journal of Peripheral cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World.

Courses Taught:
SPAN 111: Empire, the Postcolonial and Representation: Reading East and West
SPAN 121: Spanish Golden Age
SPAN 122: 18th and 19th C Spanish Literature
SPAN 123: 20th and 21st C Spanish Literature
SPAN 130: The Transatlantic Baroque
SPAN 131: Spanish Modernismo
SPAN 154: Hispanic Drama and Performing
SPAN 173: The Erotic Novel and Film in the Hispanic World, 20th and 21st Centuries