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William Boelhower (Luisiana State University) is Adams Professor at the Deparment of English. His main fields of research are ethnic studies, Atlantic studies, and critical theoty. <wboelh1ping@lsupong.edu>.

Sabrina Brancato (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin) is Lehrbeauftragte at the Institute of Asian and African Studiesat the Humboldt University of Berlin. Her main research fields are migration, Afro-Europe and transculturalism. <sabrabraping@hotmailpong.com>

Søren Frank (University of Southern Denmark) is associate professor in Comparative Literature. His fields of research are migration literature, maritime literature and culture, literature and place, and soccer. <s.frankping@sdupong.dk>.

Philippe Humblé (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) teaches translation and intercultural communication. His fields of research are migration studies, lexicography, translation, and Spanish literature. <Philippe.Humbleping@vub.acpong.be>.

Marco Kunz (Université de Lausanne) is professor of Spanish literature. His main fields of research are migration literature, contemporary Spanish and Latin American literature, metafiction, intertextuality, and orality.<marco.kunzping@unilpong.ch>.

Landry-Wilfrid Miampika (Universidad de Alcalá de Henares) is professor of Francophone Languages and Cultures. His main fields of research are postcolonial Francophone and Hispanic languages and cultures (Africa and Caribbean), interconnections between arts, migration literatures and representations of African diaspora. <landry.miampikaping@uahpong.es>.

M'bare N'gom (Morgan State University) is professor at the Department of Language and Literature. His main research fields are Iberian and Latin American studies, Francophone African literature, Afro-Spanish literature, African cinema and International studies. <mbare.ngom@morgan.edu>

Dorothy Odartey-Wellington (University of Guelph) is associate professor at the School of Languages and Literatures. Her main fields of research are contemporary Spanish fiction, Spanish women's literature and Afro-Hispanic literature (Equatorial Guinea). <dodarteyping@uoguelphpong.ca>.

Begonya Pozo (Universitat de València) is Vice Dean of Culture, Equality and Communication, and professor of Italian philology at Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Communicació. Her main fields of research are comparative literature and contemporary poetry. She is also dedicated to literary creation. <begonya.pozoping@uvpong.es>

Cristián H. Ricci (University of California, Merced) is associate professor of Hispanic literatures and chair of the Undergraduate Council at the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts. His main fields of research are Spanish (Peninsular) literature from the 19th to the 21st centuries, contemporary Maghribi literature written in Castilian and Catalan, Subsaharan literature and borderland studies. <cricciping@ucmercedpong.edu>.

Benita Sampedro (Hofstra University) is associate professor of colonial studies. Her main fields of research are Spanish colonialism in both Africa and Latin America, empire and hegemony, colonial discourse and resistance, archives, and borders. <Benita.Sampedroping@Hofstrapong.edu>.

Domingo Sánchez-Mesa (University of Granada) is full professor of literary theory and comparative literature. His main fields of research are digital Humanities, 1980s-1990s Spanish poetry, interarts, and migration studies. He is the director of the project Imágenes de la Inmigración. <dsanchezping@ugrpong.es>.

Elisabetta Sarmati (Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza) is assistant professor of spanish literature. Her main fields of reserch are chivarlic romances, the Golden Age poetry, novel spanish civil war and migrant literature. <elisabetta.sarmatiping@uniroma1pong.it>

Franca Sinopoli (Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”) is associate professor of comparative literature. Her main fields of research are comparative literary history, European literature, migration studies, theory of literary genres, memory studies, and autobiography. <franca.sinopoliping@uniroma1pong.it>.

Julieta Zarco (Università Ca'Foscari Venezia) is research fellow at the Department of Linguistic and Comparative Cultural Studies. Her main fields of research are migration and everyday life in the Mediterranean context and the contemporary Iberian and Latin American cinema studies. <julieta.zarcoping@univepong.it>

William Boelhower
William Boelhower
Sabrina Brancato.jpg
Sabrina Brancato
Søren Frank
Søren Frank
Philippe Humblé
Philippe Humblé
Marco Kunz
Marco Kunz
Landry-Wilfrid Miampika
Landry-Wilfrid Miampika
M'bare N'gom
M'bare N'gom
Dorothy Odartey-Wellington
Dorothy Odartey-Wellington
Begonya Pozo
Begonya Pozo
Cristián H. Ricci
Cristián H. Ricci
Benita Sampedro
Benita Sampedro
Domingo Sánchez-Mesa
Domingo Sánchez-Mesa
Elisabetta Sarmati
Elisabetta Sarmati
Franca Sinopoli
Franca Sinopoli
Julieta Zarco
Julieta Zarco
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Esta actividade está financiada parcialmente polo Grupo de Investigación de Teoría da literatura e Literatura comparada da USC (GI-1371 - TLLC), que é beneficiario dunha axuda do PROGRAMA DE CONSOLIDACIÓN E ESTRUTURACIÓN DE UNIDADES DE INVESTIGACIÓN COMPETITIVAS (GRC2014/026) da Xunta de Galicia