Author Spotlight (Vol. 7): Czarina Lagarda L贸pez

馃帀 Enhorabuena to this week’s Author Spotlight, Czarina Lagarda L贸pez!

Czarina’s article “La risa en el barroco espa帽ol del siglo XVII: El buf贸n en im谩genes de Vel谩zquez, Quevedo y Oquendo” is an innovative and intriguing exploration of “la risa” (laughter) through comparison of critical baroque and cultural studies. In this article, the central source for this laughter comes from the jester of European imperial courts. The author’s analysis is based primarily on works by Diego de Vel谩zquez, Quevedo, and Oquendo, and explores themes of what laughter implies in this context, framed in two types of cultured laughter in Spain, and the popular laughter which was later developed in the baroque of New Spain.

馃摑 Read the full article here: https://buff.ly/3l9oZAR

Spanish and Portuguese Review Author Spotlight Volume 7, Czarina Lagarda L贸pez

Czarina is from Hermosillo, Sonora, M茅xico. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Arizona State University Spanish Program. Czarina obtained a B.A. in Letras Hisp谩nicas and a M.A. in Literatura Hispanoamericana at the Universidad de Sonora. Currently, her research interests are Latin American Literature and Culture, Migration, Visual Culture, Archive, Photography, 17th century, Colonialism and Postcolonialism, Comparative Literature, and Translation.

Czarina’s publications are divided into two research areas: the Latin American 19th and 20th centuries; as well as about the colonial and Spanish literature of the 17th century. Likewise, she also has experience in teaching Spanish in all levels, Hispanic & Latin American and Mexican literature and culture.

馃帄 Excellent work on a creative and top-quality article, Czarina!

Connect with Czarina on LinkedIn: https://buff.ly/3yBmrDM

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