Professor – Spanish
PhD, Spanish Literature, Ohio State University
Maria Paz Moreno is Professor of Spanish at the University of Cincinnati. A native of Spain, she received her Licenciatura in Spanish Philology from the University of Alicante, Spain, and her PhD in Spanish Literature from The Ohio State University. Her research focuses on Contemporary Spanish Poetry, Food Studies (Gastronomy and Culinary Literature), and Spanish Women Writers. She is the author of several scholarly books and critical editions, among them El culturalismo en la poesía de Juan Gil-Albert (2000), the critical edition of Juan Gil Albert, Poesía Completa (2004) and De la página al plato. El libro de cocina en España (2012). Her most recent monograph, Madrid: A Culinary History, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2017. Herself a poet, she has published eight books of poetry and has been included in a number of anthologies, among them Poetisas Españolas 1976-2001 (Ed. Torremozas, 2003), Mapa, Antología poética. 30 poetas valencianos en la democracia (Carena Ed, 2009), El poder del cuerpo (Ed. Castalia, 2009), and Nueva poesía alicantina (2000-2005) (IGA, 2016). Her bilingual poetry anthology From the Other Shore/ De la otra orilla was published in 2018 by Valparaiso Editors.