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Harry Karahalios, Lecturing Fellow of Romance

He works in contemporary peninsular Spanish and Greek literature and film, exploring the transition of both countries from the twentieth to the twenty-first century through the prisms of immigration and cultural diversity. His broader scholarly and teaching interests include theories of nationalism, national and transnational cinemas, as well as migration and diaspora studies.

Contact Info:
Office Location:  2122 Campus Drive, Box 90269, Durham, NC 27708-0269
Office Phone:  (919) 660-3100
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Fall 2019):

  • SPANISH 303.02, INTRO CULTURAL STUDIES Synopsis
    Perkins 060, TuTh 03:05 PM-04:20 PM
Office Hours:

Monday & Wednesday - 10:30 -11:30a.m.
Education:

M.A.Depaul University1999
Specialties:

Spanish
Research Interests: Spanish, Greek, European cinema, Nationalism

Current projects: Writing his dissertation, “Differentiating National Identities: Cultures of Immigration in Europe’s Peripheries,” at the University of Notre Dame

He works in contemporary peninsular Spanish and Greek literature and film, exploring the transition of both countries from the twentieth to the twenty-first century through the prisms of immigration and cultural diversity. His broader scholarly and teaching interests include theories of nationalism, national and transnational cinemas, as well as migration and diaspora studies.

Areas of Interest:

Peninsular Spanish literature & cinema
Greek literature & cinema
European cinema
Nationalism

Keywords:

Spanish • Greek • European cinema


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