Research

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Professor Seguín’s research focuses on literature and culture in modern Iberia. Much of his work examines modern Iberia in the context of Europe’s relationship with Latin America since Independence. His essay, “The Transatlantic Turn,” provides an overview of this field, known as transatlantic studies, and explains his approach to studying these connections. In addition to literature and literary history, his scholarly interests include political theory, film, and art history. Below is a partial list of his scholarly publications.

Volumes

  • Legacies of the Spanish Crisisboundary 2 (forthcoming).
  • Political Romanticism in the Americas. Co-edited with Ana Sabau. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies (forthcoming).

Articles and Chapters

Other Academic Writing

(If you would like a copy of any of the published material above, please email me at becquer [at] jhu.edu)