clear.gif 
Dale Knickerbocker

Dale Knickerbocker

Professor
Hispanic Studies
252-328-6521 (phone)
252-328-6233 (fax)
knickerbockerd@ecu.edu
Bate 3304 (office)
Dept. Foreign Languages & Literatures
East Carolina University Mailstop #556
Greenville, NC 27858-4353

McMahon Distinguished Professor
College Announcement of New Professorship

 
BACKGROUND

B.A. Spanish, Illinois State University
M.A. Spanish Language & Literature, Illinois State University
Ph.D. Hispanic Language & Literature, SUNY Stony Brook, specialization in 20th Century Peninsular Literature

 
AREAS OF INTEREST

20th Century Spanish Peninsular Narrative
Fantasy Literature
Literary Theory

 
COURSES TAUGHT

Post-Civil War Spanish Novel (Graduate Seminar)
Spanish Literature 1898 to the Present
Spanish Literature 1671-Present
Spanish Literature in Translation (Post-War Novel)
Introduction to Hispanic Literature
Advanced Language Skills (Graduate)
Spanish for Reading Comprehension (Graduate level Online)
Spanish Culture and Civilization
Spanish for Business Communication
Advanced Spanish Conversation
Advanced Spanish Grammar
Basic and Intermediate Spanish language

 
PUBLICATIONS

  • Juan José Millás. The Obsessive-Compulsive Aesthetic. Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 2003
  • "When Books Are for the Birds: Late Capitalism and Barbarity in Juan José Millás' El orden alfabético." Pharr, Mary Ed. Fantastic Odysseys. Forthcoming in Greenwood Press.
  • "Identidad y otredad en Primavera de luto de Juan José Millás." Letras Peninsulares 13.2 (Fall 2000): 119-137.
  • "Technology, Nature, and Dehumanization in Gonzalo Torrente Ballester's Quizá nos lleve el viento al infinito." Anales de Literature Contemporánea Española 25 (2000): 147-169.
  • "Technology, Technophobia and Gynophobia in Gonzalo Torrente Ballester's Quizá nos lleve el viento al infinito." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 10.4 (2000): 353-371.
  • "Escritura, obsesión e identidad en la obra de Juan José Millás." Actas del XIII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas. Florencio Sevilla and Carlos Alvar eds. Vol. 2. Madrid: Castalia, 2000. 4 vols. 681-86.
  • "La reiteración de motivos en Tonto, muerto, bastardo e invisible de Juan José Millás." Revista Hispánica Moderna 51.1 (June 1998): 147-160.
  • "Búsqueda del ser auténtico y crítica social en Tonto, muerto, bastardo e invisible de Juan José Millás." Anales de Literatura Española Contemporánea 22.2 (1997): 211-233.
  • "Ideología y sujeto en La saga/fuga de J.B. de Gonzalo Torrente Ballester." Hispanic Journal 16.2 (Fall 1995): 399-416.
  • "Of Narrative Strategies and Practical Jokes: A Meta-Reading of Gonzalo Torrente Ballester's La saga/fuga de J.B." Romance Languages Annual 7 (1995): 527-531.
  • "Pascual Duarte y el narcisismo fóbico." Revista Hispánica Moderna 47.2 (December 1994): 407-420.
  • "Abyección y crítica social en La familia de Pascual Duarte." Hispanística 2.2 (July 1994): 20-28.
  • "Tiempo de silencio and the Narration of the Abject." Anales de Literatura Española Contemporánea 19.1 (1994): 11-31.
  • "Metaficción, fantasía y mito en el Don Juan de Gonzalo Torrente Ballester." Letras Peninsulares 7.2 (Fall 1994): 485-501.
  • "The Legend of the Siete Infantes de Lara and the Problem of Antifeminismo." La corónica 23.1 (Fall 1994): 12-22.
  • "Feminism and Narrative Structure in Pardo Bazán's Insolación." Hispanic Journal 13.2 (Fall 1992): 251-63.
  • "La teoría literaria implícita en 'Diario para un cuento' de Julio Cortázar." Inti: Revista de Literatura Hispánica 34-35 (1991-1992): 151-58.
  • "Play and Subversion: Observations on the Fantastic and Metafictional Modes." Romance Languages Annual 3 (1991):478-83.
  • "The Medieval Concept of the Sin of 'Maldecir' as Reflected in Spanish Exemplary Literature." Cincinnati Romance Review 8 (1989): 67-77.
  • Review of Kidd, Michael. Stages of Desire: The Mythological Tradition in Classical and Contemporary Spanish Theater. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 11.1 (2000): 106-109.
  • Review of Wasserman, Carol. La trayectoria literaria de Camilo José Cela. Revista Hispánica Moderna 47.2 (December 1994): 566-567.

 

 

Social

FLL on Facebook FLL on Twitter FLL News Blog FLL News Feed
 

Events Calendar