Dr D.P. Moran
Dominic Moran, M.A. (Ph.D. Cambridge)
Faculty Lecturer in Spanish, Student of Christ Church
Address: Christ Church, St Aldates, Oxford, OX1 1DP
Tel: 01865 276226
Dominic Moran works on twentieth-century Latin American fiction and poetry, with a special interest in avant-garde literature; he has recently completed a short literary biography of Pablo Neruda as part of Reaktion Books's 'Critical Lives' series. Ongoing projects include an anthology of Julio Cortázar's short stories in translation and a critical study of the literary sources of Pablo Neruda's Residencia en la tierra.
Latin American literature from Independence to the present.
Pablo Neruda (London: Reaktion, 2009)
Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada, (critical edition), Hispanic Texts (Manchester University Press, 2007)
Questions of the Liminal in the Fiction of Julio Cortázar (Oxford: EHRC, 2000)
'Neruda's "Arte poética" - Some Further Thoughts', Bulletin of Spanish Studies (forthcoming).
'"Cuerpo de mujer": Neruda's Sex Education', Hispanic Research Journal, Vol.10, No.1 (Febraury, 2009), 56-69
'Veinte poemas de amor 1: Turning Point or Synthesis?', Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Vol.84, No.6 (September, 2007), 759-76
'"Diez años de tarea solitaria": Neruda and the Veinte poemas de amor', Journal of Romance Studies, Vo.5, No.2 (Summer, 2005), 37-57
'César Vallejo: The Word and the Herd', Romance Quarterly, vol.49, no.3 (Summer, 2002)), 162-173
'Decisions, Decisions: Derrida on Kierkegaard and Abraham', Telos, 123 (Summer, 2002), 107-130
'Carpentier's Stravinsky: Rites and Wrongs', Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Vol.79, No.1 (January, 2002), 81-104