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Candidate Name:
    Eric C. Graf
Degrees:
    Ph.D., Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese, University of Virginia-1997------------
Current Position:     Visiting Assistant Professor
Current Institution:     University of Francisco Marroquín
Areas of degree(s):
    Hispanic Literature, Specialization in Cervantes, San Juan de la Cruz, El Greco, and Juan de Mariana, and Garcilaso de la Vega
Interest in Teaching in Core Text/Liberal Arts Program:
    I am passionate about both the pragmatic utility and the personal benefits of the liberal arts. As someone who is currently focused on Cervantes\'s use of Euclid, I can attest to the fact that there remains much to be done, even with regard to some history\'s most commented texts. Moreover, I am proof that opportunities arise where they are often least expected.
Courses Taught in Core or
General Education
Programs
:
    Don Quijote---Writing Workshop: History of the Short Story in Spanish---Euclid\'s Elements---------
Optional statement on
research, specialties, or
intellectual interests
:
    I work mostly on Don Quijote, but in the context of a larger project: \"Race and Neoplatonism in the Spanish Golden Age.\"
Dissertation, thesis,
recent publication or
presentation, including submission
for consideration
:
    “Renouncing Zaragoza in DQ 2.59: Cervantine Irony Framed by Plato, Aristotle, Abril, and Mariana.” Revista Hispánica Moderna 66.2 (2013): 121-38.
Contact Email:
    ericgraf@ufm.edu   
Additional
Contact Method:
    UFM, 6 Calle final, Zona 10, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala, 01010
Candidate Website:     https://ufm.academia.edu/EricGraf