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Eduardo Gregori


Eduardo Gregori is a native speaker of Spanish. Born and raised in Valencia (Spain), he completed a B.A. in English Studies at the University of Valencia. Upon graduation, he moved to the United States, completing an M.A. in Spanish (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and a Ph.D. in Spanish (Penn State University). He came to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point at Wausau in 2009.
His research interests are centered on 20th-century Spanish literature; modernist and avant-garde prose, as well as contemporary poetry. He has presented nationally, published articles and co-edited a book on these topics. He is also interested in creative writing, as he continues to write and publish poetry in Spain.
In his spare time, he’s an avid fan of soccer, especially of Real Madrid.



Gregori, Eduardo. “El discurso poético de lo sagrado en la poesía contemporánea: César Simón” Upcoming at the Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2019.

Gregori, Eduardo. “Nostalgia and the Ageing Body in the Last Ramón Gómez de la Serna (1947-1956).” Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2016.


Gregori, Eduardo. Origami. Sevilla: Ediciones en Huida, 2017. (Poetry)

Gregori, Eduardo and Juan Herrero-Senés, eds. The Challenge of Modernity: Avant-Garde Culturas Practices in Spain (1914-1936). Leiden; Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2016.
Associate Professor of Spanish

CCC 411


Ph.D. _ Spanish
Penn State University

M.A. - Spanish
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

B.A. - English Studies
University of Valencia (Spain)


Spanish 101
Spanish Conversation
Introduction to Literature
Spanish Culture and Civilization