Eduardo González

Professor and Director of the Spanish Subdivision Director and Director of Undergraduate Studies for Spanish

Gilman 480
Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.; Wednesday 12-1:15 p.m.; and by appointment
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Eduardo González, director of the Spanish and Latin American subdivision and undergraduate studies, teaches and does research in the literatures and related histories of Hispanic America, Spain, and the United States.

He joined the Johns Hopkins faculty in 1981 and is the author of a few books: Carpentier, el tiempo del hombre (1978), La persona y el relato (1985), The Monstered Self (1992), Cuba and the Tempest (2006), and Cuba and the Fall (2010).

He is a member of the Film and Media Studies Program.

His teaching and research involve such areas as: literature and cultural politics in Latin America, the Caribbean, and The United States; the cinema of Spain and Latin America, film history and television culture in relationship with literature.

He founded and led the Johns Hopkins and Fernando Ortiz Foundation Seminars held in Cuba between 1997 and 2004, and renewed in 2012 and 2013, with the participation of a diverse group of Hopkins students and Cuban scholars and artists.

He has two ongoing book projects: Life Is a Dream Next Door and Borges in Overdrive.