Camilo José Cela University
Emilio Cañadas-Rodríguez teaches English and Literature at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Education at Camilo José Cela University in Spain where he also directs the Master’s Program in International Education and Bilingualism. Since 2010 he has served as Head of the English Studies department in the same university. His research focuses on the American contemporary short story and has published book chapters, articles or essays on Truman Capote, Tim Gautreux, Bernard Malamud or Raymond Carver, among others. He is also literary co-editor of Verbeia: Journal of English and Spanish Studies.
Essays in Partial Answers
“An Alice in Wonderland Proposition,” or : Childhood in Saul Bellow’s “By the Saint Lawrence” and “Zetland: By a Character Witness”
Volume 14, issue 1, January 2016
Episodes in the History of Ideas