Dr. Anna Hamling is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Culture and Media Studies at the University of New Brunswick in Canada. She is the author of four books on the comparative studies of LN Tolstoy’s and Miguel de Unamuno’s religious writings: Introducción a un estudio comparativo entre Miguel de Unamuno y León Tolstoi (Madrid, 2001), Tolstoy, Unamuno and Their Religious Essays. An Introduction. The Yearning for True Faith (Saarbrucken, 2010); Религиозные Воззрения Љва Толстого у Mигеля de Унамуно. Попытка опоставления (OCR Bookshelf, 2016); Poglady Religjne LwaTolstoja i Miguela de Unamuno (Torun, 2017). She has written over fifty diverse articles and encyclopaedia entries covering Spanish and Latin American Women Writers and Artists; Dance and Music (tango, flamenco and Polish folk dances); Icons and Shrines of Black Madonnas; and the concept of non-violence (Gandhi and Khan).
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