Enrique Anderson-Imbert

Fellow: Awarded 1954

Field of Study: Spanish and Portuguese Literature

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1954:

ANDERSON-IMBERT, ENRIQUE. Appointed for studies in the history of the Spanish language and literature.

Born February 12, 1910, Argentina. National University of Buenos Aires, Ph.D., 1946.

Instructor in Literature, 1940, National University of Cuyo; Professor, 1941–46, National University of Tucumán; Lecturer in Spanish American Literature, 1947, Assistant Professor, 1947–48, Associate Professor, 1948–52, Professor, 1952—, University of Michigan. Visiting Lecturer at Smith College, Harvard, Princeton and Duke Universities.

Publications: Vigilia, 1934; La Flecha en el Aire, 1937; Tres Novelas de Payró con Pícaros en Tres Miras, 1942; Ibsen y su Tiempo, 1946; Las Pruebas del Caos, 1946; Ensayos, 1946; El Arte Literatura Hispanoamericana, 1953; Estudios sobre Escritores Hispanoamericanos, 1953. Articles and short stories in Cuadernos Americanos, Realidad, Sur, Mesa Rodante, Revista Iberoamericana, Asomante, Memoria del Primer Congreso de Escritores Martianos, La Nación, Américas, Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica, Orígenes, Buenos Aires Literaria, Memoria del Instito Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana.