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Angel G. Loureiro

Professor of Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature and Critical Theory at Princeton University.

He has published articles on Spanish literature dealing with such themes as nineteenth- and twentieth-century poetry, the contemporary novel and theory of autobiography. He is presently working on the affects and afflictions of Spanish contemporary culture and questions of history and memory in Spain. Notable among his publications are The Ethics of Autobiography: Replacing the Subject in Modern Spain (2000) and Mentira y seducción: La trilogía fantástica de Torrente Ballester (Lie and Seduction: The Fantastic Trilogy of Torrente Ballester, 1990).

Update: 16 May 2011

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The Itinerant Languages of Photography