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José Domínguez-Búrdalo has been granted tenure and promoted to associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese.
Born in Seville, Spain, Domínguez-Búrdalo received a bachelor’s degree in Spanish philology from the University of Seville. After one year at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, he completed master’s and doctoral degrees in Spanish at Johns Hopkins University.
Since his arrival at Miami in 2001, Domínguez-Búrdalo has taught a variety of courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including first-year seminars and Spanish film. He has been the director of graduate studies in the department since 2004.
Domínguez-Búrdalo’s work focuses on both contemporary Spanish culture and Golden Age Spanish literature, and he has published in numerous journals both in the U.S. and Spain. Currently, he is completing a monograph about the cultural interaction between Spain and Cuba in the 20th century. At the same time he is working on the Africanist Spanish cinema, Pedro Almodóvar’s Talk to Her, the connection between film and poetry, and the cinema of Julio Médem.
Domínguez Búrdalo has received several external and internal grants: John W. Altman, Program for Cultural Cooperation Between Spain’s Ministry of Culture and United States’ universities, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, and a Summer Research appointment.
Date Published: 02/14/2008