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Eduardo Gregori


Biography

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 is absolutely obsessed with the beautiful game of soccer, being a die-hard fan of Real Madrid. 

Education

B.A. in English Studies. University of Valencia (Spain), 2001. 
M.A. in Spanish. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2005. 
Ph.D. in Spanish. Penn State University, 2009. 

Dissertation

The Modernist Generation of 1898: Failures of Modernity in the Historical Imagination of Unamuno, Valle-Inclán and Baroja. 

Recent and Forthcoming Publications

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.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Things: Material Ontology in El Rastro (1914).” Eduardo Gregori and Juan Herrero-Senés, eds. The Challenge of Modernity: Avant-Garde Cultural Practices in Spain (1914-1936). Leiden; Boston: Brill/Rodopi, 2016. 
Gregori, Eduardo. “Embodying the Spanish Avant-Garde: Disability and Gender in Ramón Gómez de la Serna.” Hispanic Review 83.4 (2015): 467-83. 
Gregori, Eduardo. “Community and Resistance: On the Uses of Carlism in Miguel de Unamuno's Paz en la guerra.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 89.1 (2012): 43-54.
Gregori, Eduardo. “A Parody of Epic Proportions: Subverting the Heroic in Pío Baroja's Zalacaín el aventurero.” Hispanic Journal 32.2 (2011): 41-54.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Antimodernismo y nostalgia histórica: La guerra carlista, de Valle-Inclán.” Ojáncano: Revista de Literatura Española 38 (2010): 57-73.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Geografías urbanas: la representación de la ciudad de México en El sitio y Amores perros.” Espéculo 33 (2006).
Gregori, Eduardo. “El tratamiento del género en Hable con ella, de Pedro Almodóvar: el caso de 'El amante menguante.'” Espéculo 29 (2005).

Recent and Upcoming Conference Presentations

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. “The Performance of Presence: Radiorramonismo and the Wireless Body.”Modernist Studies Association Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. November 2014. 
Gregori, Eduardo. “Embodying the Spanish Avant-Garde: Disability and Gender in Ramón
Gómez de la Serna’s “La mujer vestida de hombre” and Samuel Ros’ “El hombre de los medios abrazos.” Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2014.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Corporeality, Subjectivity, and the Avant-Garde: Ramón Gómez de la Serna.” VariAbilities Conference on Disability Studies, Atlanta, GA. July 2013.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Ramón Gómez de la Serna’s Senos (1917): Toward a Poetics of Erotic Fragmentation.” Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2013.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Los Cuentos para niños de Ramón Gómez de la Serna: hacia una literatura infantil vanguardista.” Panel Title: “Hispanic Avant-gardes.” Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2011.
Gregori, Eduardo. “A Parody of Epic Proportions: Subverting the Heroic in Pío Baroja's Zalacaín el aventurero” 52nd Annual Convention of the Midwest Modern LanguageAssociation. Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, Chicago, IL. November, 2010.
Gregori, Eduardo. “Modernidades antimodernas: utopía nostálgica en La guerra carlista de Ramón del Valle-Inclán” Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 2010.
Gregori, Eduardo. Participant in the Roundtable “Spanish Medievalism as Political Coin: On the Currency of the Past.” Modern Language Association. Chicago: December 2007. 
Gregori, Eduardo. “Macho Iberia: Homofobia y restauración del cuerpo masculino en Coplas por la muerte de su padre” International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. May 2007.
Gregori, Eduardo. “¿Qué hubiera dicho Homero?: el diálogo con la tradición en la poesía de Roger Wolfe” Department of Spanish Graduate Student Conference, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ. November, 2005.

Chaired Panels

Gregori, Eduardo. “The Representation of the Body in 20th and 21st Spanish and Latin American Literatures: From the Avant-Gardes to Postmodernity.” 2014 Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (April 2014)
Gregori, Eduardo. “Hispanic Avant-gardes.” 2011 Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. (April 2011)

Attendance to Conferences

UW Colleges Engaging Students in the First Year (ESFY) Conference 2013: “Forging First-Year Alliances.” March 1, 2013. UW-Fox Valley.

Courses Taught

Spanish 101 (Online)
Spanish 313—Spanish Conversation 
Spanish 340—Introduction to Literature 
Spanish 481—Spanish Culture and Civilization



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