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KAY SIBBALD (B.A., M.A. Cantab. 1970; M.A. Liverpool, 1970; Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, McGill, 1976) is Professor of Hispanic Studies. Her publications include María Elena Walsh o "el desafío de la limitación" (1993), as well as editions of Jorge Guillén's early writings Hacia "Cántico": Escritos de los años veinte (1980) and El hombre y la obra (1990). She has edited Guillén at McGill: Essays for A Centenary Celebration (1996), and La mujer y el teatro (2005), and co-edited T.S. Eliot and Hispanic Modernity (1994); A Fair Shake (1984) and A Fair Shake Revisited (1996); La cultura española de entre siglos (XIX-XX) (1996); Ángel Ganivet: "Cartas finlandesas" y un centenario (1898-1998)(1999); Ciudades vivas/ciudades muertas: espacios urbanos en la literatura y el folklore hispánicos (2000); Las representaciones de la mujer en la cultura hispánica (2002); and Memorias y olvidos: autos y biografías (reales y ficticias) en la cultura hispánica (2003). Professor Sibbald contributes regularly to European and American scholarly journals on the work of the Spanish Generation of 1927 and contemporary Argentine writers, She has reviewed annually the section "Spanish Studies: Literature 1898-1936" for The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies (London) since 1980; and has served as the Canadian correspondent to the Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas since 1998. She is currently the Associate Editor of the Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, and member of the Editorial Boards of Hispanic Journal and Hecho Teatral. Professor Sibbald was the recipient of the H. Noel Fieldhouse Award for Distinguished Teaching in the Faculty of Arts of McGill University in 1999.

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