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Ana Eire, Ph.D.

Professor of Spanish

A native of Spain, Ana Eire received her Ph.D. in Spanish and Spanish-American literature from Vanderbilt University, where she also completed a minor in English. Her current research centers on contemporary Spanish poetry. Eire was named the first Jane Heman Language Professor 2010-2012 at Stetson University. She is the academic advisor to the study-abroad program in Madrid, Spain.

Education

  • Ph.D., Vanderbilt University

Course Topics

  • Oral Expression
  • Business in Hispanic Cultures
  • Spanish Film
  • Reading Culture
  • Hispanic poetry
  • Seminars: Pablo Neruda, Hispanic Love Poetry, Fantasy in Hispanic Literature, Hispanic Short-Novel, Ethics in Literature and Film

Research Interests

  • Hispanic poetry & poetics
  • Spanish and Spanish-American twentieth-century literature, film studies and cultural history

Publications

Books:

  • Sin fronteras. Antología de poetas gallegos que escriben en español (forthcoming).
  • El misterio de la felicidad. Antología poe'tica de Miguel d'Ors (Renacimiento, 2009)
  • Conversaciones con poetas españoles contemporáneos (Renacimiento, 2005)

Selected articles & essays:

  • "Encuentros y desencuentros de transiciones paralelas: democracia y poesía en Julio Martínez Mesanza y Luis Alberto de Cuenca" (forthcoming).
  • "Sin escape: el ser en la poe'tica de Miguel d'Ors."in Cathy L. Jrade and Christina Karageorgou, eds. Poetics of Hispanism. Madrid /Frankfurt: Iberoamericana - Verveut, 2012, pp. 119-133.
  • "Aunque no lo parezca: la poesía amorosa de Miguel d'Ors," Alba de Ame'rica 60-61 (2012): 158-175.
  • "El sentir del tiempo en la poesía de Eloy Sánchez Rosillo," Hispania 2 (May 2009): 223-233.
  • "La poesía de la experiencia en la postmodernidad: un acercamiento a la nueva poesía española a trave's de la obra de Luis García Montero, Miguel d'Ors y Andre's Trapiello," Hispania 2 (2003): 220-230.
  • Articles in Hispania, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Alba de América and other journals and collections.

Ana Eire

Faculty Expert

  • Spain today: cultural history, literature, film
  • Hispanic Poetry

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