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David Jackson, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

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Episode: November 11, 2009

10:20

Professor Jackson’s research interests focus on Portuguese and Brazilian Literatures; modernist and inter-arts literature; Portuguese culture in Asia; and ethnomusicology. He has written and edited several books and other publications. We talk with Professor Jackson about his forthcoming book, Adverse Genres in Fernando Pessoa.

Learn more about Professor Jackson