December 29, 1936
|Notable works||El siglo del desencanto (2002)|
|Notable awards||Xavier Villaurrutia Award|
Angelina Muñiz-Huberman (December 29, 1936–) is a Mexican writer and poet.
She was born in Hyères in France to parents who had fled the Spanish Civil War. She converted to Judaism after discovering her Sephardic ancestry. After briefly living in Cuba, in 1942 the Muñiz family moved to Mexico City. She studied at City University of New York and at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has . Ph.D. in literature. She is a professor of comparative literature at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
- El siglo del desencanto (2002)
- El mercader de Tudela (1998)
- The Confidantes (1997)
- Las raíces y las ramas: fuentes y derivaciones de la Cábala hispanohebrea (1993)
- Dulcinea Encantada (1992)
- La lengua florida: antología sefardí (1989)
- De magias y pródigios: transmutaciones (1987)
- Huerto Cerrado, Huerto Sellado (1985)
- Tierra adentro (1977)
- Morada interior (1972)
- Herrera, Jorge Luis. "Angelina Muñiz-Huberman" (in Spanish). Sepiensa.org. Retrieved 7 February 2011.