Medardo Gabriel Rosario is an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages at Florida International University. He obtained a Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico (2005) and a Master of Arts with a concentration in Chemistry from Brown University (2006). Subsequently, he earned a Master of Arts with a concentration in Hispanic Studies also from the University of Puerto Rico (2014) and a doctorate in Hispanic and Portuguese-Brazilian Studies from the University of Chicago (2020). His academic research revolves around two themes: the influence of Spanish Golden Age literature in Latin America and representations of the Caribbean in cartography and literature developed in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries.
Spanish Golden Age literature; Latin America and Caribbean literatures; cartography