Iker González-Allende

Professor of Spanish/Modern Languages and Literatures Profile Image
Professor of Spanish/Modern Languages and Literatures Women's & Gender Studies igonzalezallende2@unl.edu

Iker González-Allende is Professor of Hispanic studies and program faculty of women’s and gender studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. His areas of expertise are 20th-21st century Spanish literatures and cultures, the Spanish Civil War, exile and migration, Basque studies, masculinities, queer studies, and women’s and gender studies. He is the author of five books: the monographs Hombres en movimiento: Masculinidades españolas en los exilios y emigraciones, 1939-1999 (Purdue University Press, 2018) and Líneas de fuego: Género y nación en la narrativa española durante la Guerra Civil (1936–1939) (Biblioteca Nueva, 2011); the edited volume El exilio vasco: Estudios en homenaje al profesor José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta (Universidad de Deusto, 2016), and the editions of Pilar de Zubiaurre’s works, titled Evocaciones: Artículos y diario (1909–1958) (Saturrarán, 2009) and Epistolario de Pilar de Zubiaurre (1906–1970) (Tamesis, 2014). He also has a forthcoming edited volume with Anthropos on Basque author Bernardo Atxaga. He has published more than forty articles in books and academic journals, such as Hispania, Anales de la Literatura Española Contemporánea, Hispanic Research Journal, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, and Bulletin of Hispanic Studies.

 

WGS Courses

SPAN 454/854: Gender and Sexuality in Spain

SPAN 990 (Special Topics): 20th-21st C. Spanish Studies

SPAN 990 (Special Topics): Masculinities in Contemporary Spain

SPAN 990 (Special Topics): Spanish Women Writers

SPAN 990 (Special Topics): Queer Spain: Gay Spanish Literature

WMNS 492/892 (Special Topics): Masculinities

WMNS 485/885: Feminist Theories, Feminists' Perspectives

 

Education

Ph.D., University of Illinois

  • Spanish

Areas of Specialization

  • Modern and Contemporary Spain (19th-21st centuries)
  • Masculinities
  • Gender and Queer Studies
  • The Spanish Civil War
  • Exile and Migration
  • Basque Studies
  • Spanish Women Writers
  • Francoism and Falange