Enric Mallorquí-Ruscalleda (PhD Princeton University) teaches Spanish literature and culture and translation studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He is internationally renowned, mainly for his contributions to Iberian studies; author of over 125 scholarly works published by some of the most prestigious peer-reviewed venues of his field; founder and editor-in-chief of Studia Iberica et Americana, editorial co-director of the CEMOrOc of the University of São Paulo, co-editor-in-chief of International Studies on Law and Education, and member of many other editorial boards; he participates in numerous international and interdisciplinary funded research groups. He has either organized or presented or delivered keynote speeches in over 200 national and international conferences and has been on the committee of 6 doctoral dissertations. He is part of the Center for Catalan Studies of the University of California-Santa Barbara and of the ISIC/IVITRA of the University of Alicante, and Board Director of the Midwest Association of Translators and Interpreters. He has received multiple accolades for his work. For instance, he received a tribute at the University of São Paulo, and the proceedings are published; he also received the “International Award for Innovative Teaching” from by the Brazilian Association of Distance Education, has been elected member of the Euro-Mediterranean Academy of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education and of the Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española (ANLE).