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Esther Fernández

Assistant Professor of Spanish Peninsular Literature & Culture


Emailesther.fernandez@rice.edu  Phone:  x 5403  Office:  Rayzor Hall 312

Education

  • Ph.D., Peninsular Literature, University of California, Davis, 2005
  • M.A., Peninsular and Latin American Literature, University of California, Davis, 2001
  • B.A., Hispanic Studies and French Literature, Wheaton College, 1999

Areas of Interest

  • . Early modern literature, Peninsular literature, Latin American literature

Research and Teaching

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Selected Publications
Book  

  • Eros en escena: el erotísmo en el teatro del Siglo de Oro. Delaware: Juan de La Cuesta, 2009.

*  Edited Collections

  •  The Image of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Spain. Co-edited with Eduardo Olid-Guerrero. Aldershot: Ashgate, (to be submitted May 2015).
  • Diálogos en las tablas: Últimas tendencias de la puesta en escena del treatro clásico español. Co-edited with María Bastianes and Purificació Mascarell. Kassel: Edition Reichenberger, 2014.

  
*  Literary Editions
   Tirso de Molina. Don Gil de las calzas verdes. (Cervantes & Co. Spanish Classics). Delaware: European Masterpieces, 2013.

   Lope de Vega. El perro del hortelano. Co-edited with Adrienne Martin (Cervantes & Co Spanish Classics). Delaware: European Masterpieces, 2011.
 Curriculum Vita