Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain).
Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) in Hispanic Studies (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain).
B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain).
Dr. Ioannis Ramos is Coordinator of Humanities and Social Sciences and Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies at the American University in Dubai. Before joining AUD as Visiting Assistant Professor of Spanish, he was Postdoctoral Researcher at the Department of Spanish Language and Literature at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece).
His research focuses on the relations between power and writing in modern Latin American and European Literature. His book La última claridad (2017) analyzes the literary thought of the Venezuelan poet and critic Guillermo Sucre (1933-2021). He has published several articles in top journals in his field such as INTI, Cuadernos Americanos and Revista Chilena de Literatura, among others. He has recently edited the volume 64 of the academic journal Guaraguao, entitled “Poesía venezolana en el siglo XXI” (2020).
In his free time, he enjoys travelling, meeting people and spending time with friends and family.