Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

DEPARTMENT OF

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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Claudio Palomares-Salas      

Assistant Professor

Research and teaching interests: Hispanic Avant-Garde Movements (1918-1927); Spatiality & Literary Geography; Twentieth-Century Latin American and Spanish Literature, Music, and Film; Transatlantic Studies; the Political Song in the Hispanic World (1960-1990), particularly in Mexico.

E-mail: cps1@queensu.ca
Phone: TBA
Office: Kingston Hall 110
Office hours: TBA

Education

Ph.D. in Spanish,  University of Toronto, 2013
M.A. in Hispanic Studies,  McGill University, 2009
B.A. in Hispanic Studies & Cultural Studies, McGill University, 2007, First Class Joint Honours

About          

Claudio Palomares-Salas joined the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures in 2014. He holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from the University of Toronto and has taught Latin American and Spanish literature, culture, music, and cinema courses, as well as Spanish language and translation courses, at McGill University, the University of Toronto, Trent University and Queen’s. His research and teaching interests are the Hispanic Avant-Garde Movements (1918-1927); Spatiality & Literary Geography; Twentieth-Century Latin American and Spanish Literature, Music, and Film; Transatlantic Studies; the Political Song in the Hispanic World (1960-1990), particularly in Mexico.

Recent publications:

PUBLICATIONS

(2020) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. The Spatiality of the Hispanic Avant-Garde: Ultraísmo and Etridentismo, 1918-1927. Leiden, Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2020.
 https://books.google.ca/books?id=VlTqDwAAQBAJ&source=gbs_book_other_vers...

(2019) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “Ultraism and the Historical Avant-garde.” International Yearbook of Futurism Studies. Ed. Günter Berghaus, Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, Gabriella Elina Imposti and Christina Lodder. Vol. 9 (2019) Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017: 421-428. 
https://www.iberoamericana-vervuert.es/reseñas/127556_International%20Yearbook%20of%20Futurism%20Studies%209%20(2019).pdf

(2019) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. "Igor." Historias de Montreal. Ed. Bátiz, Gavasa, Villalobos. Ottawa: Lugar Común Editorial, 2019: 27-33.
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#fiction

(2018) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “Gabino Palomares: A History of Canto Nuevo in Mexico”. Music & Politics. Vol. 12. 1. (Winter 2018) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Library, 2018: n.p (online).
https://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mp/9460447.0012.104/--gabino-palomares-a-hi...

(2017) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “Sketching Futurism: Güiraldes, Marinetti and Buenos Aires.” International Yearbook of Futurism Studies. Ed. Mariana Aguirre, Rosa Sarabia, Renée M. Silverman and Ricardo Vasconcelos. Vol. 7 (2017) Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017: 360-363. 
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#peerreviewedarticles

(2017) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “Stridentism Revisited?” International Yearbook of Futurism Studies. Ed. Mariana Aguirre, Rosa Sarabia, Renée M. Silverman and Ricardo Vasconcelos. Vol. 7 (2017) Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017: 410-418. 
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#peerreviewedarticles

(2017) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. "Sefardismo y ficción fundacional: La hija del judío de Justo Sierra O’Reilly." Bulletin of Hispanic Studies. 94.2 (2017): 215-228. 
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#peerreviewedarticles

(2016) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “El mapa.” Historias de Toronto. Eds. Bátiz, Gavasa, Villalobos. Ottawa: Ed. Lugar Común, 2016: 147-163. 
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#fiction

(2015) Palomares-Salas, Claudio and Carla Zurián de la Fuente. “El Café de Nadie: aproximaciones al mito”. Letras Hispanas 11.1 (2015): 19-29.
https://gato-docs.its.txstate.edu/jcr:65462b2f-44d3-47b2-979c-f22e66392a...

(2014) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. “Urbe y Hélices: la narrativa visual de la vanguardia”. Graffylia: Revista de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, BUAP. 19 (2014) Julio-Dic: 27-41.
http://cmas.siu.buap.mx/portal_pprd/work/sites/filosofia/resources/PDFCo...

(2013) Palomares-Salas, Claudio. El lugar más triste para soñar. Preface by Luis Eduardo Aute. Ottawa: Ed. Lugar Común, 2013.
https://cpalomaressalas.academia.edu/research#fiction

Teaching 

Hips don’t Lie?: Music and Culture in Latin America: LLCU 244 (Winter 2021)
Artistic Representations of the Spanish Civil War: SPAN 310 (Winter 2021)
The Cultures of a Nation (Mexico): LLCU 205 (Winter 2020)
Latin Lovers: Love, Sex and Popular Culture: LLCU 249 (Fall 2020)
The Cultures of a Nation (Mexico): LLCU 205 (Winter 2020)
Hips don’t Lie?: Music and Culture in Latin America: LLCU 244 (Fall 2019)
Latin Lovers: Love, Sex and Popular Culture: LLCU 249 (Fall 2019)
Beginning Spanish: SPAN 111 (Summer 2019)
The Films of Pedro Almodóvar: LLCU 309 (Winter 2019)                     
Spanish American Cultural Contexts: LLCU 248 (Winter 2019)
Hips don’t Lie? Music and Culture in Latin America: LLCU 244 (Fall 2018)
Beginning Spanish: SPAN 111 (Fall 2018)
Latin Lovers: Love, Sex and Popular Culture (Online Course): LLCU 249 (Summer 2018)
Hips don’t Lie? Music and Culture in Latin America: LLCU 244 (Winter 2018)
Survey of Spanish Literature II: SPAN 381 (Winter 2018)
Latin Lovers: Love, Sex and Popular Culture (Online Course): LLCU 244 (Winter 2018)
Hips don’t Lie? Music and Culture in Latin America: LLCU 244 (Winter 2017)
Survey of Spanish Literature II: SPAN 381 (Winter 2017)
Latin Lovers: Love, Sex and Popular Culture (Online Course): LLCU 244 (Winter 2017)
Hispanic Culture through Music: LLCU 495 (Winter 2016)
Survey of Latin American Literature II: SPAN 352 (Winter 2016)
Survey of Spanish Literature II: SPAN 381 (Winter 2016)
Advanced Grammar through Translation: SPAN 401 (Fall 2015)
The Films of Pedro Almodóvar: LLCU 309 (Fall 2015)
Spanish Culture Through Film: SPAN 344 (Winter 2015)
Survey of Spanish Literature II: SPAN 381 (Winter 2015)
Artistic Representations of the Spanish Civil War: SPAN 310 (Fall 2014)
Advanced Grammar through Translation: SPAN 401 (Fall 2014)