Review: Mariano Azuela y la literatura de la Revolución Mexicana by Rafael Olea Franco, ed.
Daniel J. Nappo is Professor of Spanish at the University of Tennessee at Martin. He earned his PhD (Spanish Language and Literature) at Michigan State University under the direction of Professor Javier D. Durán. In 2001, Dr. Nappo was awarded a García Robles Fulbright Fellowship for dissertation research. His teaching fields include Spanish American Literature, the history and phonetics of the Spanish language, and Mexican literature and history. Since he started teaching at UT-Martin in 2003, Nappo has received the Coffey Outstanding Teaching Award (2012) and the UT Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award (2016). He teaches all levels of Spanish and coordinates the Toledo, Spain, study abroad program each summer. Nappo’s most recent research includes a forthcoming article entitled “Rubén Darío, lo fantástico y la Revolución mexicana.”
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Daniel J. Nappo; Review: Mariano Azuela y la literatura de la Revolución Mexicana by Rafael Olea Franco, ed.. Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 1 November 2017; 33 (3): 443–446. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/msem.2017.33.3.443
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