Dr. Isabel Jaén received her BA from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain
and her PhD from Purdue University. She teaches Spanish literature and culture at Portland
State University. Her research fields include early modern peninsular literature and psychology,
cognitive literary studies, contemporary poetry and film, and women’s fiction and social
roles. She is co-author of ÉPOCAS Y AVANCES and co-editor of COGNITIVE LITERARY
STUDIES. She has published articles on Peninsular... Read More →
Fernando Fabio Sánchez received his Ph.D. from University of Colorado at Boulder. He specializes in
19th-, 20th- and 21st-Century Latin American literature, culture, and film, with an emphasis on Mexico.
He teaches courses on this area and related subjects both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, at
California Polytechnic State University.
His research focuses on the interplay between modernity and modes of representation in literature,
painting, photography, film, and mass media. He... Read More →