James D. Fernández

Professor, Director, NYU Madrid

Department of Spanish and Portuguese257855405_10111316600299089_529773079853026022_n
New York University
13-19 University Place
New York, New York
Calle del Barquillo 13
28004 Madrid 

My research, teaching, publications, and public humanities projects have focused on how experience gets transformed into narrative, whether in the genre of autobiography in Spain, historical accounts of U.S. participation in the Spanish Civil War, or the tales told by Spanish immigrants and their descendants in order to make sense of their experience. My most recent work on Spanish emigration to the U.S. in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries has resulted in a major exhibition, co-curated with Luis Argeo, which is currently touring Spain: “Emigrantes invisibles. Españoles en EE.UU. (1868-1945)”.

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