Michigan State University
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Joseba Gabilondo
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Degree: Ph.D. Comparative Literature. University of California, San Diego
Position: Associate Professor, 19th/20th Peninsular Studies
Research Interest: Basque and Spanish nationalisms,  Atlantic studies, intellectual discourse, postnationalism, masculinity, feminism, queer theory, globalization, Hispanic and Hollywood cinema
Campus Address: B460 Wells Hall
Phone: (517) 884-6327
Email: joseba@msu.edu

Joseba Gabilondo is an associate professor in the Department of Romance and Classical Studies at Michigan State University. He has published several articles on Basque and Spanish nationalisms, Atlantic studies, Iberian studies, intellectual discourse, postnationalism, masculinity, feminism, queer theory, globalization, and Hispanic and Hollywood cinema. He has edited a monographic issue for the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies entitled The Hispanic Atlantic (2001). He is the coeditor of Empire and Terror: Nationalism/Postnationalism in the New Millennium (Center for Basque Studies, 2004).

He is also the author of an essay collection in Basque about contemporary Basque literatures entitled Remnants of the NationProlegomena to a Postnational History of Basque Literature (University of the Basque Country Press, 2006) and a monograph on Basque novelist Ramon Saizarbitoria: New York - Martutene: On the Utopia of Basque Postnationalism and the Crisis of Neoliberal Globalization (University of the Basque Country, 2013; National Essay Prize, Euskadi Saria). He recently published Before Babel: A Cultural History of Basque Literatures, a cultural and postnational history of Basque literatures from the Middle Ages to the 21st century (Barbaroak 2016).

He is currently working on two book projects: The New Barbarians: Neonationalism and Intellectuals in Spain and Atlantic Spain: Nationalism and the Postcolonial Ghost. He has also published two narrative books: From California with Love (1992) and Vulgate of the Apocalypse (2009) in Basque. For a full version of his CV go to: http://www.joseba.net/cv.htm