- Associate Professor of Spanish
and Latin American Studies
University of Delaware
236 Jastak-Burgess Hall
Newark, DE 19716
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Alexander Selimov is an Associate Professor of Spanish & Latin American studies. His scholarship focuses on the intersection between literary, cognitive and cultural studies. He teaches Spanish & Russian language, literature and culture, including interdisciplinary courses on psychoanalytic & cognitive approaches to myth, literary theory & discourse analysis, identity fashioning, and music as political warfare.
- PhD., Romance Languages, University of Pennsylvania 1996
- M.A., Hispanic Studies, University of Delaware 1993
- B.A. & M.A., French, English & Literary Studies, Lenin State University, Russian Federation, 1986.
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