Cecilia Enjuto Rangel is a tenured professor at the University of Oregon. She earned her undergraduate degree from Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras and her doctorate in Comparative Literature from Yale University. She has written two books: Cities in Ruins: The Politics of Modern Poetics (Purdue 2010) and Transatlantic Studies: Iberia, Latin America and Africa (In press Liverpool University Press, 2019). She is in the process of finishing a monograph, Through Children’s Eyes: The Politics of Memory in Iberian and Latin American Film. Together with Pedro García-Caro she is editing and writing the introduction to La verdad sobre el caso de José Antonio Primo de Rivera by Federico Enjuto Ferrán; this unedited manuscript is the memories, the historic testimony, of the presiding judge of the case of José Antonio Primo de Rivera in the fall of 1936, his paternal grandfather being judge Federico Enjuto Ferrán.
Co-dictionary entry: The Historical Memory Law (Law 52/2007 of December 26th)