Nahir I. OTAÑO GRACIA

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University of Pennsylvania
Comparative Literature and Classics
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

 

 

 

ESTUDIOS UNIVERSITARIOS
[2014] Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of Massachusetts Amherst
[2014] Graduate Certificate in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies
Master’s Project: Medievalism in the Caribbean: Puerto Rico as a Case Study
[2010] M.A. in Comparative Literature (en route), University of Massachusetts at Amherst
[2006] B.A. in Comparative Literature and French, University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras

 

TESIS DOCTORAL
Arthur’s Heirs: Situating Medieval Welsh, Iberian, and Scandinavian Arthurian Texts in their Literary and Historical Contexts

 

BECAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN
[2012-13] Penn Pre-Doctoral Fellowship for Excellence through Diversity, University of Pennsylvania
[2012-13] Graduate School Dissertation Fellowship, University of Massachusetts Amherst
[2011] Program for Cultural Cooperation between Spain’s Ministry of Culture & United States’ Universities Travel Grant, University of Minnesota
[2011] Graduate School Research Grant, University of Massachusetts (2011)
[2011] College of Humanities and Fine Arts Research Grant, University of Massachusetts

 

PUBLICACIONES
[2015] “Arthur’s Heirs: Comparing the Nordic and Spanish Tristan,” AMEA, International Journal of Atlantic Europe in the Middle Ages 2 (2015): 185-213.

 

ENCUENTROS CIENTÍFICOS
INVITACIONES A DAR CHARLAS
[2016] “Chivalric Romance and Cervantes: Arthuriana in Castile (c. 1100-1600),” Shakespeare and Cervantes in Conversation, University of Puerto Rico-Cayey
[2015] “Vikings of the Round Table: Ambivalence and Kingship in the Riddarasögur,” Medieval Renaissance Seminar, University of Pennsylvania English Department
[2015] “Remapping the Diffusion of Arthurian Literature in Medieval Europe,” State University of New York, Oswego
[2014] “The Transcultural Implications of the Tristan Legend for England, Iceland, and Norway,” University of Massachusetts, Boston
[2012] “Systems Theory and Medieval Arthurian Literature,” Translation, Cross-cultural Communication, and the Media, Comparative Literature, University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

PONENCIAS EN CONGRESOS
[2016] “The Arthur of the Welsh: Brut y Brenhinedd as a rewriting of the Historia Regum Brittaniae,” Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy
[2015] “Remapping the Transmission of Arthurian Literature in Medieval Europe,” (Executive Committee for the Division on French Medieval Language and Literature Division Panel: “Mapping the Arthurian World”) Modern Language Association Convention
[2015] “The Transcultural Implications of the Old-Norse Icelandic Tristan Romance for England, Iceland, and Norway,” (Comparative Studies in Medieval Literature Division Panel: “Medieval Romance”) Modern Language Association Convention
[2014] “Reappropriating Wales, Reappropriating Arthur: Brut y Brenhinedd as a rewriting of the Historia Regum Brittaniae,” Celtic Studies Association of North America (2014)
[2012] “Adapting Arthur: Cultural Crisis in Medieval Arthurian Literature,” Panel Chair, American Comparative Literature Association
[2013] “Constructing a Spanish Tristan Identity in Saga af Tristram ok Ísodd,” (Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Division Panel: “Iberia Unbound”) Modern Language Association Convention (2013)
[2013] “Translating Arthur: Ívens saga and Möttuls saga in a Scandinavian Context,” Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study [SASS]
[2013] “Arthur’s Heirs: Presenting kingship in Ívens saga and Möttuls saga,” American Comparative Literature Association
[2011] “Arthur’s Heirs: Comparing the Nordic and Spanish Tristan,” North and South Connections, University of Cantabria at Spain

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