Bécquer Seguín

Bécquer Seguín is an assistant professor of Iberian Studies at Johns Hopkins University. His writing has appeared in The Nation, Slate, and elsewhere.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Two Almodóvars

What happened to Pedro Almodóvar? Bécquer Seguín looks at "Julieta" to find out....


The Civil War of Memory: On Mercè Rodoreda’s “War, So Much War”
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