Enrique González-Conty is the 2013-14 Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellow in the Department of Modern Languages and Literature at Ithaca College. He is also a PhD Candidate in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at The University of Texas at Austin. He received his MA in Hispanic Literature from The University of Texas at Austin and three bachelors degrees (two BAs and a BS) from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, in Hispanic Studies, Music, and Biology, respectively. His dissertation project examines the close relationship between post-revolutionary Cuban Literature and Film and their ties to important Cuban state institutions such as Casa de las Américas and the Cuban Film Institute (ICAIC). He has taught Spanish for Bilingual Students, Advanced Grammar and Composition, Intermediate and Introductory Spanish, and First Year Portuguese. He is currently teaching a course on Caribbean Literature and Film and the Diaspora.
On the Web, Enrique currently writes for the film blog cinecero.blogspot.com and has used weblogs in his Spanish courses (pizarronbilingue.wordpress.com) as well as in his Caribbean Literature and Film course (caribbeanidentities.blogspot.com).
To visit his professional website go to: http://egonzalezconty.wordpress.com
The Novel in the Mirror: Latin American Literature on Film, Spring 2014
Memory, Exile, and Revolution in Caribbean Literature and Film, Fall 2013