Victor Roncero-Lopez

faculty pictureVICTOR RONCERO-LÓPEZ
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Professor and Director of Graduate Studies (on leave Spring 2013)
Frank Melville, Jr. Memorial Library N3013, (631) 632-9669

Born in Valdepeñas, Spain, Victor Roncero-López is a graduate of Spanish and American universities. He was Assistant Professor at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and at High Point, North Carolina. Since 1995, he has been Associate Professor of Spanish Golden Age Literature and has taught at Stony Brook for over a decade. His research and published papers focus on humanist issues, historiography, the Picaresque novel, Petrarchist poetry, Bufoonesque literature, and Autos Sacramentales. He has edited works from medieval Cancionero poetry, Fernando de Herrera, Quevedo, Carlos García, and Calderón. His study of Quevedo's historiography was the first critical approach to the subject and received excellent international reviews. His recent study on humanism examines humanist trends in 16th- and 17th-century Europe through the eyes of Quevedo with a philological approach. He belongs to GRISO, a prestigious Golden Age research team, and is General Editor and Founder of La Perinola: Revista de Investigación Quevediana. He frequently teaches summer courses in European universities

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FALL 2014

TALK
Prof. Alejandro Baer (Univ of Minnesota)
From Athens to Jerusalem Civil War Memory in Spain (1975-2014)
Discussant: Prof Daniela Flesler (Stony brook Univ)

October 2, 2:30pm to 3:50 pm
The Poetry Center (Humanities 2001) More information


International Conference
Mentiras y secretos en el teatro hispánico del Siglo de Oro
Friday Oct 3, 2014
9.30 am to 5.45 pm
Humanities 2001
Organized by: Hispanic Lang and Lit, LACC, GRISO Univ de Navarra (Spain)
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Graduate Student Conference
INTERSTICES: INTERVENTIONS AND INTERRUPTIONS FROM THE PERIPHERY
November 14, 2014, 9 am to 5 pm.
Stony Brook-Manhattan campus
 
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Susan Martin-Márquez (Rutgers Univ.)
 
Topics:Transatlantic and Transpacific, (post)nationalism, (post)colonialism, exile, diaspora, immigration, memory, gender and sexuality. 
Call for papers deadline: October 5, 2014
Application: Abstract of 250-300 words to SBU.Hispanicll@gmail.com
 
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Department of Hispanic Languages & Literature • Melville Library , N3017, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3371 • 631-632-6935 or 631-632-6959