Enriquez de Salamanca, Cristina
ENRIQUEZ DE SALAMANCA, Cristina
ENRIQUEZ DE SALAMANCA, Cristina. Spanish, b. 1952. Genres: Bibliography, Literary criticism and history. Career: Law office of Rafael Burgos, Madrid, Spain, associate, 1976-77; law office of Jaime Miralles and Manuel Miralles, Madrid, Spain, partner, 1978-79; U.S. Federal Government, Fort Macoy, WI, bilingual interpreter, 1980; Hata Reservations Inc., Madison, WI, bilingual interpreter, 1980-82; Institutos Eurocentres Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, teacher of Spanish as a second language, 1983, 1984, 1992-94; Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, independent research associate at Women's Studies Center, 198488; Sanyo Spain, Spain, teacher of Spanish for foreign employees, 1984-85; Yale University, New Haven, CT, visiting assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese, 1995-96; Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT, professor of Spanish, 1996; University of California, San Diego, lecturer in Spanish literature, 1996-. Publications: EDITOR: (with K. McNerney) Double Minorities of Spain: A Bio-Bibliographical Guide to Women Writers of Catalonia, Galicia, and the Basque Country, 1994; (with C. Jagoe and A. Blanco and contrib.) La mujer en los discursos de genero del siglo XIX: Textos y contextos, 1997. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Translator of books from English into Spanish. Address: Marmella 4-6, Atico 2-A, 08023 Barcelona, Spain.