Judith Stallings-Ward received her PhD from Yale University, an MA from Middlebury College, and a BA from The University of Texas at Austin.
She specializes in Twentieth-Century Spanish poetry as well as Cervantes. She has published extensively on the Vermont poems of Federico García Lorca, the inter-art relations in the poetry of Gerardo Diego, Cervantes’s Don Quixote, and the anarchism of Gandhi and Durruti. Her most recent publication is Gerardo Diego’s Creation Myth of Music: Fábula de XYZ. Routledge, 2020. Her current book project deals with the spiritual journey of Federico García Lorca in the Americas.
In addition to surveys of Spanish and Spanish-American literature, and a senior seminar on Don Quixote, she teaches several interdisciplinary courses, including El narco, La guerrilla, Cultural Representations of the Spanish Civil War, and Imaging Global Migration. She also serves on the advisory board of the Norwich University John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center.
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