Louie Dean Valencia
Dr. Valencia is a Lecturer on History and Literature at Harvard University. He studies modern European, Spanish, and Transatlantic history, studying urban spaces, youth culture, fascism, anarchism, exile and displacement, digital history, and technology.
He currently serves on the Research Editorial Committee for EuropeNow, the monthly journal of Council for European Studies at Columbia University. He holds both a Ph.D. and M.A. in Early and Late Modern European History from Fordham University in New York City. His forthcoming book, Antiauthoritarian Youth Culture in Francoist Spain: Clashing with Fascism, will be published with Bloomsbury.
Europe | Spain | NYC | technology | fascism | anarchism | youth culture | health care | displacement | migration | refugees
race | gender | sexuality | nationalism |class | Colonial Latin America | punk/bohemian/queer culture | critical theory
- Finding the coverage of #PhilipRoth hugely problematic. Another example of how women’s voices get erased when a powerful man dies (same as #hughhefner) . Read his ex-wife’s book, the actress Claire Bloom, which details him chasing his step-daughter’s friend around the house (1/2)
- Why the U.S. never got universal health care t.co/kukvPjOHCq