ROMERO, Jorge M.

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Jorge M. Romero, PhD

Academic Qualifications

Research Highlights

Research Interests

Degrees

  • Doctor of Spanish and Latin-American LiteratureUniversidad de Salamanca – Spain, 2016
  • Master of Teaching Spanish as Foreign Language LiteratureUniversidad de La Rioja, Spain, 2009
  • Master of Advanced Studies (DEA, postgraduate degree)Universidad de Salamanca – Spain, 2008
  • Master of Spanish PhilologyUniversidad de Sevilla, 2003

Jorge Mojarro has edited and annotated the travels of Philippine intellectual Teodoro M. Kalaw (2014) and Dominican friar Buenaventura Campa (2016). He is currently editing a testimomy of the Philippine Revolution by Dominican friar Ulpiano Herrero, and coordinating two special issues devoted to Philippine Literature in Spanish in the prestigious and peer reviewed Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana (Tufts University) and UNITAS (University of Santo Tomas). He has taken part in conferences in Europe, US and the Philippines.

  • Philippine Literature in Spanish
  • Colonial Literature
  • Latin American Literature
  • Comparative Literature
  • European Literature
  • Theory of Literature
  • Missionary Linguistics
  • Philippine Studies
  • Southeast Asian Studies

Courses Handled

Major Recognitions

Professional Activities

  • Fellow at UST Research Center for Culture Arts and Humanities (2018-2019)
  • Fellow at the Lilly Library, Indiana University (2018)
  • Fellow at the Huntington Library (2017)
  • Member, International Board, Philippiniana Sacra
  • ReviewerRevista de Literatura Colombiana
  • Professor, Instituto Cervantes de Manila

Selected Publications

  • “El mal y lo sobrenatural en los cuentos de Clemente Palma” [Evil and supernatural in Clemente Palma’s tales], for VV.AA.: De Granada a Sevilla con Ruben Darío de fondo. Estudios en homenaje al profesor Noel Rivas Bravo, Barcelona: José María Bosch. (In press).
  • “El discurso de la defensa del indio en la temprana literatura hispanofilipina colonial” [The discourse on the rights of indigenous people in the early Philippine colonial literature], for Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana (Summer 2018)
  • “Filipinas en la temprana historiografía indiana”, [Philippines in the early historiography of the Indies], Revista de Indias. (Accepted)
  • “El estudio de la literatura hispanofilipina durante el siglo XX” [The study of Filhispanic Literature during XXth century]. Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica, LXVI, 2018, núm. 2, pp. 651-681.
  • “Relaciones de sucesos y terremotos en la Filipinas del siglo XVIII” [Accounts of events and earthquakes in XVIIIth Century Phillippines]. International Journal of Rare Books, 4 (2018), pp. 91-123.
  • “A través de las crónicas hispanofilipinas: un abanico de tipos femeninos” [Through the Philippine colonial chronicles: a typology of female characters], in Ana Ruiz Gutierrez (ed.): Lo que fue de ellas: Mujeres protagonistas en la ruta transpacífica del Galeón de Manila. XVI-XIX., Granada: Universidad de Granada, 2018. [Solicited. In press]
  • “Rizal y las novelas fundacionales de Hispanoamérica” [Rizal and the fundational novels of Latin America], Transpacific Exchanges, vol. 1 (March 2017), pp. 95-102.
  • “An Interpretation of the Boxer Codex”, Selected Papers of the 25th Manila Studies Conference, ed. Marya Svetlana T. Camacho, 2017, pp. 71-83.
  • “La lingüística misionera y las políticas identitarias: la obra del Padre Marcilla”, Archivo Agustiniano, 101 (2017), pp. 129-142.
  • “Historia misional y literatura en un raro impreso de fray Miguel de Benavides, obispo de Nueva Segovia: Relación del estado de la fe (1601)”, in Philippiniana Sacra, vol. LI, n. 153, 2016, 277-294.
  • “An essay on ‘Ensayo de una Síntesis de los Trabajos Realizados por las Corporaciones Religiosas de Filipinas’ by Fr. Valentín Marín, O.P.”, in Ángel Aparicio (ed.): Lumina Pandit. A Continuum, Manila: UST Miguel de Benavides Library and UnionBank of the Philippines, 2015, pp. 159-194.
  • “Missionary Linguistics and Identity Controversies: the Work of Father Marcilla”, in Ángel Aparicio (ed.): Lumina Pandit. A Continuum, Manila: UST Miguel de Benavides Library and UnionBank of the Philippines, 2015 pp, 319-337.
  • “Notas en torno a tres crónicas eclesiásticas hispanofilipinas del siglo XVIII”, in Journal of the Peripheral Cultures of the Luso-Hispanic World, 4 (1), 2014, pp. 100-111.
  • “Literatura Epistolar Dominica de Filipinas en ‘El Correo Sino-Annamita’: un índice comentado, Philippiniana sacra, vol. XLIX, n. 148, 2014 pp. 401-418.

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