José Gomariz

Jose Gomariz

Contact Information

Position:
Associate Professor
Office Location
Diffenbaugh 355
Program
Spanish
Office Hours

W 2-4 Zoom / By Appointment jgomariz@fsu.edu

Professor José Gomariz has published widely on Cuban literary and cultural studies, especially on José Martí and on the African Diaspora.

He has edited the special issue Diaspora, Race and Cultural Identity in Cuba and the Caribbean for the Spanish academic journal América Sin Nombre. José Martí, Modernismo, and Cuban Studies are the main issues of a collective book of essays he is currently editing in honor of Ivan A. Schulman. Prof. Gomariz has published in major journals, including Anuario del Centro de Estudios Martianos, Caribbean Studies, Casa de las Américas, Cuban Studies, Revista de la Universidad de La Habana. He has been invited to present his research at universities and research centers in the United States, Europe, and Cuba.

Professor Gomariz directs doctoral dissertations on Hispanic and Cuban Studies.

Research Interests

Caribbean Literary and Cultural Studies
José Martí
Modernism
The Atlantic World
The African Diaspora in the Americas

Courses Taught

Modernismo(s) (SPW5195)
The African Diaspora in Cuba and the Caribbean (SPW6934)
The Spanish American Essay on Identity, Race, and Colonialism (SPW5365)
José Martí: Democracy, Society, and Culture in the Americas (SPW6934)

Publications

Colonialismo e Independencia Cultural.

Selected Publications