Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
Degrees: PHD, 2005, Univ Calif Berkeley; MA, 2000, Univ Miami; BA, 1997, Univ Alicante
Vicente Lledó-Guillem’s main areas of research are Spanish and Catalan languages in history, historical sociolinguistics and language ideology, particularly the relationship between language, power, politics and identity. Professor Lledó-Guillem has also published on Medieval Catalan and Spanish Literature as well as Golden Age Spanish Literature.
His book Literatura o imperio: la construcción de las lenguas castellana y catalana en la España renacentista was published in Juan de la Cuesta—Hispanic Monographs in 2008. He has also published in several journals including La Corónica, Neophilologus, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Hispanófila, Hispanic Issues, Romanistisches Jahrbuch, Calíope, eHumanista and Crítica Hispánica.