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K. David Jackson, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

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Episode: May 22, 2013

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David Jackson is a Professor of Spanish and Portuguese. His research interests include Portuguese and Brazilian Literatures; Camões, Machado de Assis, Fernando Pessoa; modernist, vanguardist, and inter-arts literature; Portuguese culture in Asia; and ethnomusicology. We talk with Professor Jackson about the conference he organized, entitled “Goa: A Postcolonial Society between Cultures.”

Learn more about David Jackson.