Iona Macintyre

Senior Lecturer

  • Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
  • Department of European Languages and Cultures
  • School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures

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Room 2.04
50 George Square

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After a first degree in Hispanic Studies at the University of Glasgow and completing her PhD at the University of Nottingham, Dr Iona Macintyre joined DELC in 2007. Her doctoral thesis looked at the woman question in nineteenth-century Argentina. 

Open to PhD supervision enquiries?


Research summary

Iona’s broad research interests are in the writing (including narrative, poetry, and political and historical writing), history, and culture of nineteenth-century Spanish America. Within this she works primarily on Argentina, history of the book, gender studies, popular print forms (particularly conduct literature), Spanish American independence, and transatlantic relations. She is involved in supervising PhD and Masters theses on nineteenth and twentieth-century and contemporary Latin American writing, as well as in Translation Studies. Iona is eager to develop group projects on Latin American topics with both staff and students. 

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