Georgina Dopico Black
Georgina Dopico Black is Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at New York University. Her research focuses on Early-modern Spanish literatures, cultures and its cultural history. She especially examines closely the body / anatomy and biopolitics of the Spanish Early-modern. Her other areas of interests are: human / animal studies, gender studies, translation studies, canon formation / libraries, nation / empire, transatlantic studies, and Cervantes. Her renown book Perfect Wives, Other Women: Adultery and Inquisition in Early Modern Spain was the winner of the 2001 Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize.