Ángel Pérez Martínez
Ángel Pérez Martínez is a Research Professor at the Universidad del Pacífico. His work is at the frontier of literature and philosophy. He holds a doctorate in Spanish Literature from the Complutense University in Madrid. He specializes in Don Quixote, and in recent years has dedicated numerous studies to analyzing the relationships between Cervantes and other authors or genres, including the genre of travel stories.
He is the author of El Quijote y su idea y su idea de virtud, (2012) and El buen juicio en el Quijote, (2005) as well as some thirty articles published in magazines in various countries. He has also been interested in the interdisciplinary development of the Digital Humanities. He collaborates writing posts and has coordinated several conference cycles.
Pérez Martínez is the Winner of the ‘Amado Alonso’ International Prize for Literary Criticism (Navarra, 2004) and ‘El Barco de Vapor’ Children’s Literature National Award (Lima, 2009). He authored four children's novels (Memorias secretas de un librero, Perengrín XXVI, Píshiaka y El ladrón de monosílabos). He is Director of the Revista de Estudios Orteguianos.