Antonio (Toni) Dorca

Professor and Chair of Hispanic Studies

Neill Hall 202
Telephone: 651-696-6489

A native of Catalonia, Spain, Toni Dorca is a specialist in modern Spanish literature who has published extensively in the areas of 19th- and 21st-century prose fiction. His most recent book is Las dos caras de Jano: la Guerra de la Independencia como materia novelable en Galdós (Iberoamericana: 2015). He has just begun working on a book-length manuscript centered on representations of King Ferdinand VII in 19th-century literary and historical texts, including Galdós's series II of Episodios nacionales.
BA: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
PhD: University of California, Davis