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Charnon-Deutsch, Lou 1946-

CHARNON-DEUTSCH, Lou 1946-

PERSONAL: Born July 2, 1946, in IL; married Dale G. Deutsch, 1972. Education: Mount Mary College, B.A., 1968; Purdue University, M.A., 1971; University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1978.

ADDRESSES: Office—Department of Hispanic Languages and Literature, State University of New York—Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794-3371; fax: 631-632-9724. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER: Educator and author. State University of New York—Stony Brook, assistant professor, 1980-88, associate professor, 1988-95, professor of Hispanic languages and literature and women's studies, 1995—, chair of Hispanic studies, 1989-91.

MEMBER: Feministas Unidas (president, 1992-94).

WRITINGS:

The Nineteenth-Century Spanish Short Story: Study of a Genre in Evolution, Tamesis (Madrid, Spain), 1985.

Gender and Representation: Women in Nineteenth-Century Spanish Realist Fiction (monograph), John Benjamins (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1990.

(Editor) Estudios sobre escritoras hispánicas en honor de G. Sabat-Rivers, Castalia (Madrid, Spain), 1992.

Narratives of Desire: Nineteenth-Century Spanish Fiction by Women, Pennsylvania State University Press (University Park, PA), 1994.

(Editor) An Annotated Bibliography of Hispanic Feminist Criticism, Feministas Unidas (New York, NY), 1994.

(Editor, with Jo Labanyi, and contributor) Culture and Gender in Nineteenth-Century Spain, Oxford University Press (Oxford, England), 1996.

Fictions of the Feminine in the Nineteenth-Century Spanish Press, Pennsylvania State University Press (University Park, PA), 2000.

The Spanish Gypsy: The History of a Spanish Obsession, Pennsylvania State University Press (University Park, PA), 2004.

Contributor to books, including A Sesquicentennial Tribute to Galdos, 1843-1993, edited by Linda M. Willem, Juan de la Cuesta (Newark, DE), 1993; and New Hispanisms: Literature, Culture, Theory, edited by Mark Millington and Paul Julian Smith, Dovehouse Press (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada), 1994. Contributor to academic journals, including Siglo XX/Twentieth Century, Indiana Journal of Hispanic Studies, and Letras peninsulares. American editor, Hispanic Research Journal; member of editorial board, Letras femeninas and Revista de estudios hispánicos.

WORK IN PROGRESS: The Illustrated Magazine and Spain's Move to a Mass Media in the Nineteenth Century.

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