About

Ricardo Quintana-Vallejo (PhD Purdue University in Comparative Literature) is the author of Children of Globalization: Diasporic Coming-of-age Novels in Germany, England, and the United States (Routledge, 2021). He is Assistant Professor of English at Rhode Island College.

Education

PhD in Comparative Literature, Purdue University

MA in Comparative Literature 2016, Purdue University

BA in English Language and Literature 2014, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Single-Author Book

Children of Globalization: Diasporic Coming-of-age Novels in Germany, England, and the United States. Routledge, 2021. ISBN 9780367528348

Peer-Reviewed Multiple-Author Book (Coeditor)

Alexander von Humboldt: Perceiving the World. Purdue University Press, in press.

Peer-Reviewed Articles in Academic Journals

“Outgrowing Gastarbeiterliteratur: Germanness Redefined in the Poetry of Zafer Şenocak and Zehra Çirak.” North Meridian Review, vol. 1, no. 1, Sep. 2020. Pp. 7-28.

“Geografía humana de la colonia Roma: Las ciudades imaginadas en El vampiro de la colonia Roma (1979) y Las batallas en el desierto (1981).” Chasqui Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana, vol. 48, no. 2, Nov. 2019. Pp. 268-282.

Chapters in Peer-Reviewed Books

“Indiana Reads Alexander von Humboldt.” Alexander von Humboldt: Perceiving the World. Purdue University Press, in press.

“No Mass or Kaddish: The Forgotten Poet in Heinrich Heine’s Late Poetry.” Memory in German Romanticism, accepted manuscript.

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