Afinoguenova
Dr. Eugenia AfinoguénovaMarquette University

Lalumiere Hall, 490

MilwaukeeWI53201United States of America
(414) 288-6715
Curriculum Vitae

Professor of Spanish

Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Born and raised in Moscow (Russia), Eugenia Afinoguénova received the equivalents of B.A. and M.A. in Spanish Language and Literature from Moscow State University (a.k.a. MGU), and a Ph.D. in Spanish Peninsular Literature and Cultural Studies from Georgetown University.

She joined Marquette University Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures in 1999. She has taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in contemporary Spanish literature, culture, and film. She splits her leisure time (when available) between dancing, cooking, and digital scholarship.

Education

PhD: Georgetown University

Equivalents of BA/MA: Moscow State University (MGU)

Courses Taught

  • SPAN 6300: Hispanic Cultural Studies

  • SPAN 4931/9931: Texts, Arts, and Knowledge on the Camino de Santiago (in Milwaukee and walking the Camino)

  • SPAN 4310: Hispanic Film and Society

  • SPAN 3710: Spanish for Health Care

  • SPAN 3500: Literary Analysis in Spanish

  • SPAN 3300: Peoples and Cultures of Spain (“flipped,” blended online/offline)

Specialization

Museums; Mobilities, Tourism, and Leisure Studies; Film Studies; 19th-21st centuries Iberian Peninsula; Food Studies; Digital Scholarship

Publications

Books:

Articles and Book Chapters:

  • “Looking at Picasso’s Guernica after the Catalan Revolution: The Transgressive “Left” and the End of History,” Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 20.1 (2019).
  • “De la carta a la papeleta: el ‘menú del día’ entre la dictadura y la democracia en España, 1964-1981,” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, special issue on Food Cultural Studies and the Transhispanic World, ed. Lara Anderson and Rebecca Ingram.
  • Guernica après la révolution catalane, » in Guernica, ed. Emilie Bouvard et Géraldine Mercier. Paris Gallimard/Musée Picasso, 2018.
  • Eugenia Afinoguénova, Chris Larkee, Giuseppe Mazzone, and Pierre Géal, “The Gallery of Queen Isabel in the Prado Museum, 1875-1877: Augmented Reality in 3D as a Research Method, Product and Pedagogical Tool/La Sala de la Reina Isabel en el Museo del Prado, 1875-1877: La realidad aumentada en 3D como método de investigación, producto y vehículo pedagógico,” Digital Humanities 2018 Conference Proceedings.
  • “Places / Non-Places: Galicia on the Camiño de Santiago,” in Rerouting Galician Studies. Multidisciplinary Interventions, ed. José A. Losada Montero and Benita Sampedro Vizcaya. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
  • “Invitados y clientes: el turismo desarrollista en el Museo del Prado,” Concreta 10 (2017), http://www.editorialconcreta.org/Invitados-y-clientes-el-turismo
  • “Más allá del turismo: La piel quemada (dir. Josep Maria Forn) a través de los estudios de la movilidad,” in Viajes de cine, el relato del turismo en el cine hispánico, ed. Antonia del Rey Reguillo. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2017.
  • “Comunicación audiovisual: vocabulario para analizar el cine,” in Aproximaciones al cine iberoamericano: Métodos y teorías. An inaugural issue of a new series Vademécum de Hispanófila. Hispanófila 177 (Spring): 2016, https://muse.jhu.edu/article/643119
  • "Tourism and ‘Quality of Life’ at the End of Franco’s Dictatorship,” in Ethics of Life; Contemporary Iberian Debates, ed. Katarzyna Beilin and William Viestenz. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2016, https://muse.jhu.edu/book/46011
  • Jorge Nieto Ferrando, Antonia del Rey Reguillo, Eugenia Afinoguénova, “Narración, espacio y emplazamiento turístico en el cine español de ficción (1951-1977)/ Narration and placement of tourist spaces in Spanish fiction cinema (1951-1977).” Revista Latina de Comunicación Social 70: 2015.
  • “Andalucía: una Comunidad Turística sin andaluces,” in La retórica del sur: Representaciones y discursos sobre Andalucía en el periodo democrático, ed. Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones and José Manuel del Pino. Sevilla: Ediciones Alfar, 2015.
  • “Entre pitos y flautas: La modernización de la Feria de San Isidro en Madrid,” in Sociabilidades en la historia, ed. Santiago Castillo and Monserrat Duch. Madrid: Catarata, 2015.
  • “An Organic Nation: State-Run Tourism, Regionalism, and Food in Spain, 1905-1931,” Journal of Modern History 86: 4 (2014).
  • Eugenia Afinoguénova and Eduardo Rodríguez Merchán, “Picturesque violence: tourism, the film industry, and the heritagization of ‘bandoleros’ in Spain, 1905-1936,” Journal of Tourism History 6:1 (2014).
  • “Liberty at the Merry-go-round: Leisure, Politics, and Municipal Authority on the Paseo del Prado in Madrid, 1760-1939,” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 1: 1 (2014).
  • “El neocatolicismo, la exhibición de figuras humanas y las capillas ardientes en el Museo del Prado”. In Las Artes y la Arquitectura del Poder, ed. Víctor Mínguez. Castellón, Universidad Jaume I, 2013.

Book Reviews:

  • William Viestenz. By the Grace of God. Francoist Spain and the Sacred Roots of Political Imagination: U of Toronto P, 2015. Revista Hispánica Moderna.
  • Stuart Davis. Writing and heritage in contemporary Spain. The imaginary museum of literature. London: Tamesis, 2013. Hispanic Research Journal 16: 4 (August 2015).

Honors and Awards

  • The Prado: Spanish Culture and Leisure, 1819-1939--Editor’s Pick, EuropeNow, February 2018, https://www.europenowjournal.org/2018/01/31/february-2018/
  • Helen Way Klingler Research Fellowship, 2017-2019
  • ACLS’2014 (American Council for Learned Societies) Research Fellowship Award
  • Excellence in Advising nomination
  • Golden Roses Award nomination, honoring women who support diversity and inclusivity throughout Marquette

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