David Miranda-Barreiro is a Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at Bangor University and co-editor of Galicia 21: Journal of Contemporary Galician Studies. He specialises in travel writing, migration and exile in the Spanish and Galician contexts, and Galician comics. He has studied the representation of American society (New York City in particular) in early 20th century Spanish literature, in the monograph Spanish New York Narratives. Modernization, Otherness and Nation (Legenda, 2014, AHGBI Publication Prize). He has published in journals such as Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, European Comic Art and Studies in Comics and contributed to the collective volume Galician Migrations: A Case of Emerging Super-Diversity (Springer, 2018).


Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Book Chapters

Invited Talks

“José Rubia Barcia’s Exile of Reason and Bile: Creating an Anti-Francoist Narrative from the United States”, University of Central Lancashire, 2019

“Galician New York: Migration, Exile, Globalisation” – “New Research on Galician Migrations: Half-Day Symposium”, University College Cork, 2017

“Galician Identity in a Global Era: Camilo Gonsar’s Cara a Times Square (1980)” – Media and Culture in Small Nations 2012/13 Seminar Series, University of Glamorgan, 2013

Media Appearances

Interview in the radio programme “Un país mundial” (RTVG) 12/11/2017

Article in the press: “A Fronte Popular Antifascista Galega de Nova York: unha lembranza”, Praza Pública, 17/11/2015