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Angel Estévez

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Angel Estévez

Assistant Professor

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NAC 5/223-H
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212-650-6377
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aestevez@ccny.cuny.edu
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Angel L. Estévez, Ph.D. Graduate Center, CUNY. Assistant Professor. Served as Director of Master’s Program in Spanish 2005-2010. His area of research centers on 20th Century Spanish-American and Caribbean Literatures, including Magic Realism and the Fantastic. His most recent publications are: El español y su estructura (coauthored with Silvia Burunat and Aleksín Ortega) New York: Peter Lang, 2012); El español y su sintaxis (coauthored with Silvia Burunat and Aleksín Ortega) New York: Peter Lang, 2010); “Lo neofantástico en el relato dominicano del siglo XX (la significación de las manchas)” Rumbos de lo fantástico: Actualidad e historia. Ed. Ana María Morales, José Miguel Sardiñas, and José Cardona López. Palencia: Cálamo, 2007; and La modalidad fantástica en el cuento dominicano del siglo xx. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005. Dr. Estévez has taught at Lehman College and Fordham University at Lincoln Center Campus.

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Angel L. Estévez, Ph.D. Graduate Center, CUNY. Assistant Professor. Served as Director of Master’s Program in Spanish 2005-2010. His area of research centers on 20th Century Spanish-American and Caribbean Literatures, including Magic Realism and the Fantastic. His most recent publications are: El español y su estructura (coauthored with Silvia Burunat and Aleksín Ortega) New York: Peter Lang, 2012); El español y su sintaxis (coauthored with Silvia Burunat and Aleksín Ortega) New York: Peter Lang, 2010); “Lo neofantástico en el relato dominicano del siglo XX (la significación de las manchas)” Rumbos de lo fantástico: Actualidad e historia. Ed. Ana María Morales, José Miguel Sardiñas, and José Cardona López. Palencia: Cálamo, 2007; and La modalidad fantástica en el cuento dominicano del siglo xx. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2005. Dr. Estévez has taught at Lehman College and Fordham University at Lincoln Center Campus.

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