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Montse Feu, Ph.D

(She/Ella)

US Latino Periodicals,

Spanish Civil War Exile,

Antifascist and Anarchist Literature,

Heritage Learners,

Women’s Studies.

 

I am an associate professor at Sam Houston State University. I recover, preserve, examine, and make available the literary history of the Spanish Civil War exile in the United States, US Hispanic periodicals, and migration and exile literature at large. She is the author of Fighting Fascist Spain. Worker Protest from the Printing Press (University of Illinois Press, 2020) and Correspondencia personal y política de un anarcosindicalista exiliado: Jesús González Malo (1943-1965) (Universidad de Cantabria, 2016). She is co-editor of Writing Revolution: Hispanic Anarchism in the United States (University of Illinois Press, 2019).

My research builds on the knowledge generated by the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (RUSHLH), the Research Society for American Periodicals (RSAP), and by networks of radical and exile studies.

 

I am a board member for the Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, for the Research Society for American Periodicals, and for the International Editorial Advisory, Manchester University Press Contemporary Anarchist Studies Book Series.

Check my academic profiles above. I can be reached at mmf017@shsu.edu.

Web Collaborators

Jenny Patlan

Research Assistant- Fall 2018-2020

Web Designer- 2020

Jenny Puente de Patlan is currently a Spanish Adjunct-Professor at Lone Star College-North Harris, Houston. She received a Master of  Arts in Spanish from Sam Houston State University and a B.A. in Marketing with a concentration in Graphic Design at Universidad La Concordia, Mexico. In 2012, she received an Honorable Mention in the thesis for the social marketing campaign entitled:  “d’ vecinos.” and in 2019 she was awarded the Raven Scholar Award at SHSU. She is a member of the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society and Co-Advisor of the Language Learners Organization at LSC-North Harris. Her Hispanic heritage and the experience studying and working abroad give her the opportunity to develop multicultural skills. 

Jacqueline Swan

Web Designer-Summer 2017

Jacqueline (Jackie) Swan is an undergraduate transfer student at Sam Houston State. She is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and is pursuing her BA in Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast Production, along with a minor in Sociology. 

As a Dean's List student and member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Jackie takes immense pride in her achievements at SHSU. She is currently employed as a student note taker for Services for Students with Disabilities and has served as a SAMbassador for the university.

She holds a leadership position in National Broadcast Society and serves as Social Media Director for the Sam Houston chapter of The Odyssey Online. 

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