Jonatán Martín Gómez

Graduate Student, Spanish

Jonatán Martín Gómez (Cádiz, 1987) is a third-year PhD student in the Hispanic Studies program at Washington University in St. Louis. He has two BAs in Hispanic Philology and in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature and two MAs in Latin American Studies and in Teaching Spanish as a Second Language from the University of Granada (Spain). He has been a Visiting Scholar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Tartu University (Estonia) and he also has been Spanish Instructor in different Spanish language schools in Spain and Estonia. He has participated in several International Conferences and he has published articles and book chapters about authors like Edmundo Paz Soldán, Alberto Fuguet and Jorge Carrión. His main research interests are focused on themes such as Science Fiction, Technology and Transmedia in Contemporary Hispanic Narrative and also Transatlantic, Transcultural and Book Market relations in the McOndo and Afterpop literary groups.

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