Professor Chris Harris is a founding lecturer of Spanish Studies at University of Ulster and Lancaster University in the UK, a former Professor and Head of School for Histories, Languages and Cultures at the University of Hull, a former Professor and Head of Modern Languages at the University of Liverpool, an Honorary Professor in Hispanic Studies at the University of Warwick and a member of the Irish Research Council Inner Board for Postdoctoral Awards.

By discipline he is a Modern Linguist and Hispanist, by publication a Mexicanist, and his teaching and research interests are focused mainly on translating and interpreting practices in Spanish-English as well as on the interpretation of Latin American narrative fiction in multiple historical and political contexts. He writes about the novels of twentieth-century authors such as Agustin Yanez, Elena Poniatowska, Rosario Castellanos, Mariano Azuela, Juan Rulfo and Angeles Mastretta principally with reference to the Mexican Revolution and gender-related issues in the area of masculinities.

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