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Daniel F. Chamberlain is a Professor of the Department of Spanish and Italian at Queen’s University. He offers courses on 20th-Century Spanish American narrative, Mexican oral narrative tradition, contemporary literary theory and narrative perspective, as well as courses in advanced Spanish language. He has published Narrative Perspective in Fiction: A Phenomenological Mediation of Reader, Text, and World with the University of Toronto Press. He also has numerous articles and chapters in Canadian and Mexican journals and editions that focus on Spanish American, European narrative. Currently he is engaged in research on oral literary tradition and literary history.
Professor Chamberlain was an Erasmus, Mundus Masters Visiting Scholar to the European Union in 2009 – 2010 and he is a delegate for New England and Eastern Canada to the Modern Language Association of America’s Delegate Assembly from January 2011 through the close of the January 2014 MLA convention.
Professor Chamberlain has acted as President of the Canadian Comparative Literature Association, as Secretary, Treasurer and as Vice President of the Coordinating Committee for Literary History in European Languages of the International Comparative Literature Association. He also acts as a member of editorial boards of Canadian and Mexican journals dedicated to the fields of Hispanic and Comparative Literature.
Associated with the Queen's Cultural Studies Program.
Department of Spanish & Italian
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Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6