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Daniel MonteroDaniel Montero

Publications coordinator

Daniel Montero is the publications coordinator for the Center for Basque Studies. He has worked in publishing since 2000 in a variety of positions in New York City; Richmond, Virginia; and Miami, Florida. A native Nevadan, and third-generation descendant of Basque immigrants, he is very excited to be contributing to publishing on Basque topics.



Master of Arts in Spanish Literature, University of Oregon
Master’s thesis on the representation of peasantry in Early Modern and Golden Age Spanish literature


Bachelor of Arts in Spanish, University of Oregon


Bachelor of Arts in History, University of Oregon

Graduation thesis on comparative study of peasant rebellions in the Ukraine and Mexico



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