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Eric Calderwood

Assistant Professor, Comparative and World Literature; Affiliated Faculty, Spanish and Portuguese

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Specializations / Research Interest(s)

North African Literature and Film, Al-Andalus (Medieval Muslim Iberia), Modern Spanish Literature and Film, Arabic Literature, Mediterranean Studies, Postcolonial Studies, Historiography, Travel Writing, Catalan Literature and Culture,

Education

  • Ph.D., Harvard University, 2011
  • B.A., Brown University, 2003

Publications

Book Contributions

  • Calderwood, Eric. "Proyectando al-Andalus: Alegorías andalusíes en el cine árabe moderno." Andalusíes: Antropología e historia cultural de una elite marroquí. Ed. José Antonio González Alcantud and Sandra Rojo Flores. Madrid: Abada, 2015. 213-240.

Journal Articles

  • "‘In Andalucía, There Are No Foreigners’: Andalucismo from Transperipheral Critique to Colonial Apology." Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 15.4 (2015): 399-417.
  • "The Invention of al-Andalus: Discovering the Past and Creating the Present in Granada's Islamic Tourism Sites." The Journal of North African Studies 19.1 (2014): 27-55.
  • "The Beginning (or End) of Moroccan History: Historiography, Translation, and Modernity in Ahmad b. Khalid al-Nasiri and Clemente Cerdeira." International Journal of Middle East Studies 44.3 (2012): 399-420.

Essays

  • "The Reconquista of the Mosque of Cordoba." Foreign Policy. April 10, 2015. <http://foreignpolicy.com/2015/04/10/the-reconquista-of-the-mosque-of-cordoba-spain-catholic-church-islam/>.
  • "Study Abroad." Harvard Review. 40, 2011. 210-218.
  • "The Road to Damascus." New England Review. 31.3, 2010. 168-175.
  • "Letter from Algeria: Waiting for a Goal." The American Scholar. Fall, 2010. 6-11.
  • "Letter from Madrid." McSweeney's Quarterly. 34, 2010. 13-15.
  • "The Blind Plumber of Tetouan." Virginia Quarterly Review. Winter, 2010. 102-113.
  • "Letter from Morocco: The Living and the Dead." The American Scholar. Fall, 2009. 7-11.

Editorial Work

  • La venganza venturosa by Lope de Vega. Introduction, text, notes, and critical apparatus by Eric Calderwood. In Comedias de Lope Vega. Parte X. Lérida: Editorial Mileno, 2010. 231-359.

Spanish

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