Guest
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.

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