Ignacio Huerta Bravo
Visiting Assistant Professor of Hispanic StudiesChristian A. Johnson 307B
Ignacio Huerta Bravo received his Ph.D. in Spanish Literature from the University of Michigan. His teaching and research interests have been focused on totalitarianism, with special attention to Fascism in Spain. Bravo’s current project studies the assimilation, articulation and evolution of the noun “fascismo” and the adjective “fascista” through history, from the 1920’s to the present day.
Recent Courses Taught
Conversation Through Spanish Latin American Film: “Una historia cultural de España a través del cine”
Intro to Hispanic Literatures
Special Topics on Hispanic Literatures: “Introduction to the War in Spain and Its Legacy: Culture, Politics, and Ideology.”
19th-21st century Peninsular literary and cultural studies, film, visual arts, history, and political theory.
“Del faccioso al facha: sobre el uso analógico del fascismo en España.” Revista de Occidente 480 (2021): 50-68
“Fascismo y sentido común en La Gaceta Literaria: 1927-1930.” Signa: Revista de la Asociación Española de Semiótica 27 (2018): 559-84.
Modern Language Association of America
Appointed to the Faculty: 2021
Ph.D., University of Michigan
M.A., Universidad Complutense de Madrid
B.A., Universidad Complutense de Madrid