Professor of Spanish
Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures
Gregory Kaplan’s principal area of research is medieval Spanish philology, which includes the literature of the Spanish Middle Ages as well as the history and evolution of the Spanish language. Kaplan has published articles on a variety of medieval topics in scholarly journals such as Bulletin of Spanish Studies, La Corónica, Foreign Language Annals, Hispanic Review, Hispanófila, Quaderni Ibero-Americani, and Revista de Estudios Hispánicos. He has also presented papers and published articles dealing with Spanish linguistics and Spanish literature of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Kaplan has published several books, including Valderredible, Cantabria (España): La cuna de la lengua española (Santander: Gobierno de Cantabria, Consejería de Cultura, Turismo y Deporte, 2009), which has received a great deal of attention from the Spanish media and has been the subject of discussion on Spanish television.
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