Santiago Pérez Isasi
Santiago Pérez Isasi works as Principal Researcher at the Center for Comparative Studies at the University of Lisbon, where he currently develops his research on “A digital meta-history of literatures in the Iberian Peninsula: methodological exploration and prototype”, funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Between 2015 and 2020 he was also the PI of the project ‘Digital Map of Iberian Literary Relations (1868-1936). He is the co-author of De espaldas abiertas. Relaciones literarias y culturales ibéricas (1870-1930) (2018, with Antonio Sáez Delgado) and co-editor of Looking at Iberia. A Comparative European Perspective (2013, with Ângela Fernandes) and Perspetivas críticas sobre os estudos ibéricos (2019, with Cristina MArtínez Tejero). With Esther Gimeno Ugalde, he is also co-editor of the International Journal of Iberian Studies (IJIS) and coordinator of the Iberian Studies Reference Site.
Santiago Pérez Isasi’s main contributions to the field of Iberian Studies include several articles and book chapters on Iberian literary relations, as well as on the theoretical and methodological foundations of Iberian Studies as a field, such as “¿Hacia unos Estudios Ibéricos 2.0? Críticas, debates y caminos abiertos” (2020), “On the polysemic nature of Iberian Studies” (2019), “Nacionalismos políticos y renacimientos literarios: apuntes para una perspectiva ibérica” (2017) or “Cartografias do espaço cultural ibérico. Uma proposta de desenvolvimento digital” (2019).