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  • Jorge Diego Sánchez Universidad de Salamanca


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Author Biography

Jorge Diego Sánchez, Universidad de Salamanca
Jorge Diego Sánchez (PhD, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain) is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Salamanca (Dpt. of English Studies). His academic interest focuses on Postcolonial, Gender and Cultural Studies in English with a special interest in literature, cinema and dance from the South Asian subcontinent and its diaspora.


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