David D. Navarro is a Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio,
USA. David completed his PhD. in Hispanic Studies at Western University, London, Ontario,
Canada. His doctoral dissertation 'Interacciones narrativas árabe, cristiana y
judía: convivencia literaria en el Medievo peninsular' [English Title: 'Arabic,
Christian and Jewish Narrative Interactions: Literary Co-Habitation in Medieval
Iberia'] focused on identity theory, inter-group relations, and social discourse of
cultural relations between these three religious communities. Additionally it examined
their respective roles in the origins of Spanish nationhood as reflected in four texts
written during the medieval period, from the eleventh to the fourteenth century. David
holds a B.A and M.A in English Studies at the University of Valladolid, Spain and
University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. His field of research concentrates on
religious minorities in Medieval Iberian Peninsula literature, Modern Spanish Literature,
Sephardic Diaspora and multiculturalism. David is member of the Association of Canadian
Hispanists (ACH) since 2008. 

Books

Contributions to Books

"Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz y el Convento de San Jerónimo: amparo social, retiro espiritual y recreación literaria", Forthcoming in Mujeres en el arte y en la historia hispanoamericana. (2013)
 

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"El mundo de la frontera: cambio de religión y choque cultural de los personajes moriscos del Quijote.", Visiones y revisiones cervantinas; Actas selectas del VII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas (2011)
 

Articles

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“Bankeres i ombres de finanzas djudios en el Imperio Otomano del siglo XVI.”, Aki Yerushalayim: Revista Kulturala Djudeo-Espanyola (2012)
 

Presentations

“Interacción y sincretismo religioso andalusí en el Dīwān de Ibn Quzmān”, III Simposio Anual de la Asociación de Hispanistas de las Provincias del Atlántico (AHPA). Université de Moncton (2013)
 

“Relaciones sociales cristiano-hebreas como modelo de contacto de grupos en cuatro exemplos de 'Conde Lucanor'”, XLIX Congress of the Association of Canadian Hispanists. University of Victoria (2013)
 

“Religious Co-habitation of Iberia in Ibn Quzman’s Poetry: Example of Social Versus Political Discourse.”, Department of Languages, Linguistics and Philosophy. The University of South Dakota (2013)
 

“Ausencia y presencia judía en Conde Lucanor: recurso narrativo frente a conciencia social?”, Congreso Internacional XIV Jornadas Medievales, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico DF, Mexico) (2013)
 

“Spanish and Portuguese Marranos in Seventeenth Century Amsterdam: Faith, Venture and Economic Impact.”, 2013 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies (2013)
 

Working Papers

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Unpublished Papers