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Jonathan Gonzalez Garcia

Lancaster University

County College. Office B125

LA1 4YD

Lancaster

Thesis Title

Romantic Afterlives: The Making of a Spanish Wordsworth

Research overview

I am a visiting PhD student at the Department of English Literature and Creative Writing at Lancaster University, working under the supervision of Prof. Simon Bainbridge, and a doctoral candidate at the University of La Rioja, in northern Spain. My thesis considers the Romantic cult of posterity and the textual afterlives of William Wordsworth in continental Europe. My broader research interests include nineteenth-century reading practices, the relationship between poetry and place, as well as Romantic-era walking and perceptions of landscape. Together with Prof Tim Fulford (De Montfort) and Dr Cristina Flores (Rioja), I am co-editor of the forthcoming scholarly edition of Robert Southey’s Letters from Spain and Portugal (Routledge, 2020).

Contact me

j.gonzalez@lancaster.ac.uk

jogonzg@unirioja.es

@jogonzalezg

 

Lancaster University

County College. Office B125

LA1 4YD

Lancaster

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Selected Publications

Scholarly Editions:

Robert Southey: Letters Written During a Short Residence in Spain and Portugal, editor with C. Flores and T. Fulford. Begun 2017, ongoing. Publication: contracted to Routledge, 1 vol. 2020.

Articles in refereed journals:

(fully co-authored with C. Flores) ‘Spanish Literature and English Romanticism: Lope de Vega and The Beauty of Angelica in Robert Southey’s Letters from Spain and Portugal,’ Bulletin of Spanish Studies, XCVI: 8 (2019), 1-29.

‘Poetic Industry and Abominable Superstition: Robert Southey on Lope de Vega,’ Romanticism on the Net, 68-69 (2017), 1-30. <https://ronjournal.org/>

‘Adaptation and Appropriation: The Afterlife of Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the Spanish Press,’ The Coleridge Bulletin, 49 (2017), 91-101.

(fully co-authored with C. Flores) ‘“The path is made by walking”: The Legacy of the Pedestrian Poetry of the British Romantics in Miguel de Unamuno and Antonio Machado,’ Erebea: Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, 6 (2016), 169-195.

‘A Study on the Reception of the Translated Poetry of William Wordsworth in Early Twentieth-Century Spain: “Tintern Abbey” and “Personal Talk”,’ Odisea: Journal of English Studies, 16 (2015), 59-83.

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