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Franklin Abel Gutierrez

Franklin Abel Gutierrez, Spanish language-Latin America literature educator. Recipient national essay prize Dominican Republic Board Education, 1999. Member Modern Language Association, Association Dominican Studies, Dominican Association Literature Criticism, Dominican Studies Institute (board directors).

Background

  • Gutierrez, Franklin Abel was born on January 25, 1951 in Santiago, Dominican Republic. Came to the United States, 1978. Son of Santos and Gloria M. (Gutierrez) C.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Education and Literature, Autonoma University Santo Domingo, 1975. Master of Arts in Hispanic Literature, City University of New York, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Latin America Literature, City University of New York, 1997.

    Career

    • Instructor Spanish language and Latin America literature York College, City University of New York, Jamaica, 1989-1995, assistant professor, 1995-2000, associate professor, since 2000, coordinator Spanish program, since 1997.

    Works

    • Palabras de ida y vuelta
    • En esta obra, compuesta por 17 en sayos, el autor estudia desde una perspectiva crítica equilibrada diferentes aspectos de la literatura dominicana, latinoamericana y española, especialmente la escrita o protagonizada por mujeres.

    Membership

    Member Modern Language Association, Association Dominican Studies, Dominican Association Literature Criticism, Dominican Studies Institute (board directors).

    Personality

    Interests

    Tennis.

    Connections

    • Married Amarilis Rivera Lantigua, November 27, 1987. Children: Ariel, Melissa.
    • father: Santos C.
    • mother: Gloria M. (Gutierrez) C.
    • spouse: Amarilis Rivera Lantigua
    • children: Ariel Gutierrez
    • Melissa Gutierrez
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    Born January 25, 1951
    (age 66)
    Nationality
    • 1975
      Autonoma University Santo Domingo
    • 1990
      City University of New York
    • 1997
      City University of New York
    • 1989 - 1995
      Instructor, Spanish language and Latin America literature York College
      Jamaica

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