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Gioconda Marun









Gioconda Marún

Professor of Spanish

B.A., Universidad Nacional de San Juan (Argentina);
M.A., St. John's University;
Ph.D. Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires (Argentina)

Faber Hall 558
(718) 817-2680

marun-AT-fordham.edu

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Gioconda Marún's research focuses on "modernismo", nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin American literature, the interrelations between English journalism and Hispanic literature, and globalization and literature. She is the author of Orígenes del costumbrismo ético-social. Addison y Steele: antecedentes del artículo costumbrista español y argentino (Ediciones Universal, 1983), El modernismo argentino incógnito en La Ondina del Plata y Revista literaria (1875-1880) (Instituto Caro y Cuervo, 1993), Eduardo L. Holmberg. Cuarenta y tres años de obras manuscritas e inéditas (Iberoamérica-Vervuert, 2002), and La narrativa de Roberto Ampuero en la globalización cultural (Mare Nostrum, 2006). In addition to writing numerous articles, she has edited the princeps edition of Eduardo L. Holmberg's novel, Olimpio Pitango de Monalia (Solar, 1994), and La figura del intelectual en la producción cultural rioplatense (proceedings of the 1998 conference held at Fordham). At present, she is working on the relations between Latina American literature and world literature.

Affiliations at Fordham: Latin American and Latino Studies


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