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Cory A Reed

Associate Professor Ph.D., Princeton University

Cory A Reed



Cory Reed is Associate Professor of Spanish. His research focuses on the study of genre and performance in early modern drama; the representation of identity in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century literature; and literary and cultural responses to the emergence of scientific discourse in early modern Spain; and cognitive cultural studies. He is the author of The Novelist as Playwright: Cervantes and the Entremés nuevo and journal articles on Don Quijote, the Novelas ejemplares, Golden Age drama, and film. He is finishing a second book, Scientific and Technological Imagery in Don Quijote and beginning new research projects on utopia and performance in early modern Spanish drama, and on cognitive approaches to early modern literature and culture.Dr. Reed serves on the executive council of the Cervantes Society of America. He has served as faculty director of the interdisciplinary Tracking Cultures Program, which analyzes the historical roots of Southwestern in colonial Mexico and early modern Spain..



Cervantes, Spanish Drama, Early Modern Mediterranean World, Transatlantic Studies, Cognitive Studies, and Comparative Literature
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