Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones

Academic Appointments
  • Associate Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature

  • Director, Graduate Studies in Comparative Literature, 2019-2020

Antonio Gómez L-Quiñones serves on the editorial board of Hispanic Issues (Vanderbilt University Press and University of Minnesota Press), the series "Theory/Criticism" (University of Granada Press), and several academic journals. He is also the recipient of the Dartmouth Student Assembly's Excellence Award (Spring 2009), the John M. Manley Huntington Award (2011) and the New Directions in the Humanities Scholarship (2018). He is a member of the international research group "New Trends in Hermeneutics." His current book project examines the reception of Antonio Gramsci's cultural and political thought in Spain. 

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Contact

313 Dartmouth Hall
HB 6072

Education

  • Ph.D. Universidad de Granada, Spain (2003)
  • Ph.D. University of Colorado at Boulder (2005)

Selected Publications

  • "¿Interpretación sin transformación? Karl Korsch y el momento no-dialéctico de la dialéctica." La Lupa Roja. Ensayos sobre hermenéutica y marxismo. Buenos Aires: TESEO, 2019. 75-123.

  • "¿Literatura sin Estado? Sobre las aporías del régimen estético en la modernidad capitalista." Tropelías. Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada 4 (2018): 9-32

  • “En el laberinto populista. Algunas claves teóricas e históricas.” Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies.Iberian Populisms 21 (2017): 105-135.

  • "Sin perpetradores: crisis económica, publicidad televisiva y la ontología social del azar.” Perpetradores y memoria democrática en España. Eds. Ana Luengo y Katherine Stafford. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press [HIOL], 2017. 109-130.

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Works In Progress

"Transatlantic Film Studies in the Age of Neoliberalism: Towards a Post-National Cinema?." Transatlantic Studies: Latin America, Iberia, and Africa. Eds. Enjuto-Rangel, Faber, García Caro and Newcomb. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. Forthcoming 2019.  

Books