Brief CV

Surnames:       Candel Bormann
First name:     Daniel
Date of birth:  26/02/69
Nationality:     Spanish & German
Doctoral thesis: The Articulation of Science in the English Neo-Victorian Novel (2002); (SUMMA CUM LAUDE), Supervisor: Dr. Luis Alberto Lázaro Lafuente

Teaching position at University

Professor of English Literature at the Universidad de Alcalá

Relevant courses taught over the past 10 years

> 5 years: [1] Introduction to English Literature; [2] Horror literature; [3] 19th-Century English Literature

3-5 years: [1] Renaissance English Literature; [2] 17th- and 18th-Century English Literature

< 3 years: [1] Introduction to English Culture & History; [2] 20th-Century English Literature; [3] Introduction to American Literature

Publications (articles)

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Necessary Illusions in Kate Chopin’s ‘Athénaïse’”. Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos, 1997, 5: 75-82. ISSN: 1133–309-X

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “From Romanticism to Postmodernity: Two Different Conceptions of Nature in Julian Barnes’ A History of the World in 10½ Chapters”. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 1998, 36: 173-83. ISSN: 0211-5913

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Nature Feminised in Julian Barnes’s A History of the World in 10½ Chapters”. Atlantis: Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos, 1999, XXI.1/2 (Junio-Diciembre): 43-58 (1999). ISSN: 0210-6124

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “The Importance of Being Earnest as Regards Both Propositional and Pragmatic Behaviour”. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, 2000, 41 (Noviembre): 235-49. ISSN: 0211-5913

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Transgression and Stability in Graham Swift’s WaterlandZAA: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 2000, 48.4: 354-63. ISSN: 0044-2305

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “A Postmodern Reader’s Emphatic Response to Cynthia Ozick’s ‘The Pagan Rabbi’” Estudios de Filología Inglesa: Homenaje a Jack White. Editorial Complutense / Departamento de Filología Inglesa,  2000: 37-48. ISBN: 84-7491-273-3

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Julian Barnes’s A History of Science in 10½ Chapters”. English Studies: A Journal of English Language and Literature, 2001, 82.3: 253-61. ISSN 0013-838-X

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Female Voices Bound by Chaos”. (Trans)formaciones de las sexualidades y el género. Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá, 2001, 219-36. ISBN: 84-8138-390-2

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “Ein Bild hielt uns gefangen: The Da Vinci Code and the Humanae VitaeNeophilologus. 2007, 91.3: 333-50. ISSN 0028-2677 (Print) 1572-8668 (Online) (DOI: 10.1007/s11061-007-9037-0)

Candel Bormann, Daniel. “The Pitfalls of Dispensing with Teleology: Feeling and Justice, Evil and Nature in Graham Swift's The Light of Day (and Waterland)”. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik. (2008) 56:4 (in press).

Candel Bormann, Daniel. "Why Julian Barnes Couldn't Possibly Miss God". American British and Canadian Studies (December 2009)

Candel Bormann, Daniel. "Too Many Munnies, too Many Americas: the Answer to the Academic Frontier in Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven". European Journal of American Studies (2009 accepted, shortly to be published)

Publications (book)

Candel Bormann, Daniel. The Articulation of Science in the Neo-Victorian Novel: A Poetics (and Two Case-Studies). Bern: Peter Lang, 2002. ISBN 3-906770-05-2.

Publications (website)

Candel Bormann, Daniel. JustdoLit: A Single Tool to Interpret All Texts. http://www.literarycrit.com. First Published: October 2008. Last update: 21 September 2009.