Nelson Arturo Gonzalez Ortega

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Curriculum Vitae

Undervisnings- og veiledningsområder

Spanskspråklig litteratur fra 16. - 21. århundre. Spanskamerikanske krøniker og tekstlige legender og dokumentasjoner fra det 16.-18. århundre, og spanskspråklige romaner fra det 20. og 21. Internasjonal (inklusive spansk) litteraturteori.

English: Teaching and supervision of courses and seminars

Courses and seminars; Spanish American and Peninsular Literature fromn 16th to 21st century; 16th to 18th centuries Spanish chronicles and colonial Amerindian narratives; 20th to 21st century Spanish Language Novel; and Literary Theory (with an emphasis on Spanish theorists).

Faglige kompetanseområder

Literary cultures of Spain and Spanish America in the 20th and 21st Centuries; Spanish and Spanish American literary nationalism with focus on the modern novel and popular poetry; Indigenous and Spanish colonial discourses (oral and written); Pre Hispanic and Colonial Writing; Hispanic American Historiography; Literature of Spain and Latin America 20th and 21st Centuries; Representation of Migration in the 21st Century; Hispanic Novel Literary Theory; Decolonial Theory and Gender Studies.

Pågående og planlagte forskningsprosjekter ved ILOS

Medlem av forskergruppen Dislocations: Practices of Cultural Transfer in the Early Modern Period
Prosjekt om tekstkulturen i Renessansen (omhandler blant annet førcolumbianske - og spanske krøniker og tekstlige legender fra kolonitiden).

English: Research projects in progress at the University of Oslo, Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages

Member of the Research Group: Dislocations: Practices of Cultural Transfer in the Early Modern Period .
Project on textual culture in the Renaissanse (including the study of colonial Spanish and Pre-Columbian narratives).

"Mujer, Literatura y Cultura" er en forskergruppe knyttet til og finansiert av COLCIENCIAS (Instituto Colombiano para el Desarrollo de la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Francisco José de Caldas), Universidad de los Andes-Bogotá og Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Bogotá. Forskergruppen består av fire medlemmer: Angela Inés Robledo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Betty Osorio, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, María Mercedes Jaramillo, Fitchburg State College, USA; og Nelson González-Ortega, Universitetet i Oslo, Norge. Gruppens hovedmål er å undersøke følgende tre områder innenfor litterære kulturer i den spansktalende verden: 1) Género, Literatura y Cultura I, II; 2) literatura colombiana y latinaoamericana de la Colonia I, II; 3) Literatura y cultura colombiana y latinomericana I, II. Mitt forskningsbidrag til gruppen relaterer seg til område 2 og 3. (For nærmere spesifikasjon av gruppens forskningsmål, se: http://zulia.colciencias.gov.co:8081/digicyt.war/search/EnGrupoInvestigacion/xmlInfo.do?nroidgrupo=0050802Q88GGU7
 

*English:Mujer, Literatura y Cultura, a research group affiliated and sponsored by COLCIENCIAS (Instituto Colombiano para el Desarrollo de la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Francisco José de Caldas), Universidad de los Andes-Bogotá and Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Bogotá. A research group composed by four members: Angela Inés Robledo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Betty Osorio, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, María Mercedes Jaramillo, Fitchburg State College, USA; and Nelson González-Ortega, Universitetet i Oslo, Norway. The group's main objective is to investigate three areas of the literary cultures of the Hispanic world, as follows: 1) Género, Literatura y Cultura I, II; 2) literatura colombiana y latinaoamericana de la Colonia I, II; 3) Literatura y cultura colombiana y latinomericana I, II. My research contribution to the group is related to the areas 2 and 3. (For more specification of the investigative aims of the group, see:
http://zulia.colciencias.gov.co:8081/digicyt.war/search/EnGrupoInvestigacion/xmlInfo.do?nroidgrupo=0050802Q88GGU7

Tags: Literary Theory, Decolonial Theory, Gender Studies
Published Sep. 23, 2010 12:00 PM - Last modified May 30, 2018 3:43 PM

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