Department of Spanish, Portuguese & Latin American Studies
News & Forthcoming Events
- Conference - Travel and Writing in the Global Renaissance
- Conference - Memories of Change
- Prof. Stephen Hart awarded the Order of Merit
- From the Golden Age to comedy gold
- El mayordomo de la duquesa de Amalfi
- Publication of Dr Zoltán Biedermann's book
- Graduate Student, Andre Graca's Article on Portuguese Cinema
- Valentino Gianuzzi PhD and Lectureship
- Prof Stephen Hart Elected Member of the Peruvian Academy of Language
Dr Humberto Núñez-Faraco
Dr Núñez-Faraco teaches an introduction course to nineteenth and twentieth-century Argentine literature and more specialised courses on Spanish American essay writers, the works of J. L. Borges, and twentieth-century political ideologies. His publications include the monograph Borges and Dante: Echoes of a Literary Friendship (Oxford and Bern: Peter Lang, 2006), and several articles on the Argentinian writer. His current research interests are in the field of the literature of ideas. Future plans for publication include a monograph on utopian versus realist perspectives in 19th- and 20th-century Spanish American thought.
Office: Foster Court 316
Office hours: Thursdays 4.00-5.00 p. m., Fridays 4.00-5.00 p.m. or by appointment.
Tel: +44 207 679 4332 (internal x34332)
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‘In Search of the Aleph: Memory, Truth, and Falsehood in Borges’s Poetics’, The Modern Language Review, 92 (1997) 613–29.
‘Love, Sex, and Hell in Borges’s Early Lyrics’, Donaire, 13 (1999) 27–35.
‘History and Allegory in Borges’s “La escritura del dios”’, Neophilologus, 85 (2001) 225–43.
‘Literature and Ethics in Borges’s Early Work’, Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 79 (2002) 771–89.
‘The Theme of Lovesickness in “El Zahir”’, Variaciones Borges, 14 (2002) 115–55.
‘Borges, Dante, and Barbusse: A Contribution Towards a Comparative Reading’, Variaciones Borges, 17 (2004) 199–212.
‘Magical-Realist Elements in José Eustasio Rivera’s The Vortex’, in A Companion To Magical Realism, ed. by Ouyang, Wen-chin and Stephen Hart (Woodbridge: Tamesis Books, 2005), pp. 114–22.
Borges and Dante: Echoes of a Literary Friendship (Oxford and Bern: Peter Lang, 2006).
‘Borges, Tlön, and Judeophobia’, in Essays in Hispanic Literature and Culture in Honour of David Henn, ed. by Stephen M. Hart and Derek Gagen (London: Centre of César Vallejo Studies, 2008), pp. 99–106.
‘A Note on the Sources of “Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius”’, Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 88: 1 (2011) 83–99.
‘La dimensión afectiva en la poesía juvenil de J. L. Borges’, Neophilologus, 95 (2011) 235–47.
‘Gauchos and Martyrs in “El evangelio según Marcos”’, Variaciones Borges, 34 (2012) 143–59.
‘Poesía y verdad en los escritos de juventud de Jorge Luis Borges’, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 89, no. 6 (2012) 645–54.
‘Dante, precursor de Borges’, Neophilologus (in press: DOI: 10.1007/s11061-014-9409-1).
Utopian versus realist perspectives in 19th- and 20th-century Spanish American thought (the outcome of this project will be published as a monograph by Peter Lang Publishers).