Vitae. Education and Publications

 EDUCATION & DEGREES 

  • Ph.D. in Latin American Literature. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 1989. Specialization: Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature; Mexico and Argentina. Dissertation: Imaginar Comala: El espacio en la obra de Juan Rulfo. Directors: Dr. Keith MacDuffie and Dr. Alfredo Roggiano. 1987-1989.
  • Ph.D. Certificate in Cultural Studies. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 1989.
  • Certificate in Latin American Studies. Center for Latin American Studies. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. December 1988.
  • Master of Arts in Foreign Languages and Literature. West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA. December 1986.
  • Master of Arts in Visual Arts. Painting and Printmaking. West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA. December 1986.
  • Post-Graduate Studies of Painting, Drawing, and Art History. Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes “Ernesto de la Cárcova.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1983-84.
  • Professor of Painting and Drawing. Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes “Prilidiano Pueyrredón.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. December 1983.
  • J.D.Law Degree. Universidad de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina.September 1983.
  • Assistant Ceramics Studio. Escuela Nacional de Cerámica “Fernando Arranz.”Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1976.
  • Bachiller. Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1976.  

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS

  • Fares, Gustavo. La inmensa minoría. Latino@s en Estados Unidos y las identidades posicionales. Buenos Aires: Dunken, 2014.
  • Fares, Gustavo. Ensayos sobre la obra de Juan Rulfo. Collection Wor(l)ds of Change: Latin American and Iberian Literature. Volume 37. New York: Peter Lang, 1999.
  • Fares, Gustavo, and Eliana Hermann, eds. Contemporary Argentinean Women WritersA Critical Anthology. Gainsville: University Press of Florida, 1998. Previously published as:
  • Fares, Gustavo, and Eliana Hermann, eds. Escritoras argentinas contemporáneas. University of Texas Studies in Contemporary Spanish-American Fiction. Volume 8. New York: Peter Lang, 1993.
  • Fares, Gustavo. Juan Rulfo. La lengua, el tiempo, y el espacio. Colección Perfiles. Volume 10. Buenos Aires: Almagesto, 1994.
  • Fares, Gustavo. Imaginar Comala. El espacio en la obra de Juan Rulfo. American University Studies. Series II Romance Languages and Literature. Volume 160. New York: Peter Lang, 1991.

ARTICLES 

  • The Chinese in Three Contemporary Latin American films. A Contribution to Lachino Studies.” IN Globalization and Macau—Macau’s External Role between Asia Pacific and Latin America. Macau: MAPEAL, 2013. (Upcoming). Print.
  • “Identidades hispanas en Estados Unidos.” Nueva Revista de Lenguas Extranjeras. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. (Accepted for publication).
  • “El cine latino en Estados Unidos: ¿El fin de los estereotipos o su triunfo absoluto?” Revista del Instituto Superior 9-024 de Lavalle 6 (Octubre 2014): 21-30. ISSN 1853-4090. Print.
  • China y lo chino en tres películas latinoamericanas actuales. Una contribución a los Estudios Lachinos.” Revista Internacional d’Humanitats Barcelona / São Paulo Ano XVI – N. 29 (2013): 19-26. Print and Online.
  • Pintura no campo expandido.” Trad. Denise Spier. Revista de Artes Visuais. Porto Arte (Brazil) 18.31 (Novembre 2011): ISSN da edição digital (e-ISSN): 2179-80011 / ISSN da edição impressa (p-ISSN): 0103-72691. Print and  online: 7-16.
  • Los Estudios Fronterizos y sus descontentos: un manifiesto Posicional” IN Pensar el Afuera.Pensamiento utópico y movimientos migratorios. Pensar el afuera.  Hochman, Nicolás, et.al. Mar del Plata, Argentina: Kazak Ediciones, 2010. 81-102.
  • “Border Studies’ Positionality.” Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. Nueva Revista de Lenguas Extranjeras 13 (2010): 19-35.
  • Pedro Páramo, de Juan Rulfo, y la Nueva Física.” Cuadernos del Centro Interdisciplinario de Literatura Hispanoamericana (CILHA) de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina. 10.2 (2009): 172-184.
  • “Literatura Hispana / Latina en Estados Unidos: un breve panorama.” Nueva Revista de Lenguas Extranjeras. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. 11 (2008): 47-64.
  • “Attention Department Chairs: AP Spanish Credit is a Bonus, not a Threat.” (With William Forbes and Jeffrey Reeder). Hispania 91.1 (March 2008): 158-166.
  • AP (Advanced Placement) Teacher’s Guide for the 2007 AP Spanish Language Examination.” (With Laura Zinke). New York: The College Board, 2008.
  • “La identidad cultural en el arte de América Latina y de Macao.” IN Ngai, Gary, De Hoyos, Rubén, et al.  Macau: Puente entre China y América Latina. Macau: MAPEAL (Macau Association for Promotion and Exchange Between Asia-Pacific and Latin America), 2006. 307-319.
  • “Borges’ Women in Film.” IN Glickman, Nora and Alejandro Varderi, eds. “Bridging Continents: Cinematic and Literary Representations of Spanish and Latin American Themes.” Chasqui: revista de literatura latinoamericana. Special Issue 2 (2005): 166-175.
  • Pre-AP (Advanced Placement) Writing Skills in Spanish Workshop Materials. New York: The College Board, 2004.
  • Painting in the Expanded Field” Janus Head 7.2 (Winter 2004): 477- 487.
  • José María Heredia: ‘En una tempestad.’” AP Central. The College Board’s Online Home for AP Professionals. (Fall 2004).
  • “Alfonsina Storni: ‘Tú me quieres blanca.’” AP Central. The College Board’s Online Home for AP Professionals.  (Fall 2004).
  • La obra de Juan Rulfo.” AP Central. The College Board’s Online Home for AP Professionals. (Winter 2003).
  • “Juan Rulfo’s Gaze.” West Virginia University Philological Papers 45 (1999): 56- 68.
  • “4 Artistas Argentinos Contemporáneos / 4 Contemporary Argentinean Artists.” (With Barbara Rothermel). Catalogue for Art Exhibit at the “Daura Gallery.” Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, Virginia. August 1999.
  • Brief Considerations on Latin American Contemporary Art” Janus Head 2.1 (Summer 1999): 119-129.
  • “Historia y literatura en Argentina: Santa Evita de Tomás Eloy Martínez.”  IN Visión de la narrativa hispánica. Ensayos. Mendizábal, Juan Cruz y Juan Fernández Jiménez, eds. Indiana, PA: Publications of the Department of Spanish and Classical Languages, 1999. 59-70.
  • “Arte: Una vieja expresión actual?” Latino America Webmagazine (Dec. 28, 1999).
  • “Law and Order in Juan Rulfo’s The Burning Plain.” Romance Languages Annual (RLA) Purdue University 10 (1998): 556 – 562.
  • “‘Macario’de Juan Rulfo y el espacio de un monólogo.”  MIFLC Review. Journal of the Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference 6 (October 1996): 57-66.
  • “La utopía de escribir: Entrevista con Alina Diaconú.” Alba de América 14.26-27 (July 1996): 507-511.
  • “Juan Rulfo: Cuestión de fechas.” Revista Iberoamericana  62.174  (Enero-Marzo 1996): 237-239.
  • “Juan Rulfo en el cine.” Hispamérica. Revista de Literatura 71 (August 1995): 81-86.
  • “Exilios internos: El viaje en cinco escritoras argentinas.” (With E. Hermann). Hispanic Journal. Journal of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania 15.1 (Spring 1994): 21-29.
  • “Lex dura lex sed lex: El derecho en la obra de Juan Rulfo.” Journal of Hispanic Philology 18.1-2-3 (Otoño 1993; Invierno-Primavera1994): 51-68.
  • “Y ahora? Reflexiones acerca de la literatura femenina argentina actual. Forma oculta del mundo de María Rosa Lojo, Metáforas y reflejos de Jorgelina Loubet, y Victoria Ocampo de María Esther Vázquez.” (With E. Hermann). Letras Femeninas Cornell University 19.1-2 (Spring-Fall 1993): 121-134.
  • “The Use of Space in Emilia Pardo Bazán’s Los pazos de Ulloa.” Osamayor: Graduate Student Review University of Pittsburgh 6 (Spring 1993): 38-44.
  • “Syria Poletti: People with Me.” (With E. Hermann) Journal of the Midlands Conference on Language & Literature VI (1993): 43.
  • “Angélica Gorodischer, escritora argentina.” (With E. Hermann). Hispania 75.5 (December 1992): 1238-1239.
  • “Sábato pintor: La mirada de la distancia.” Revista Iberoamericana 158 (January-March 1992): 253-260.
  • “La filosofía del mito: Rodolfo Kusch y Juan Rulfo.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Studies / Cuadernos Interdisciplinarios de Estudios Literarios University of Nebraska 3.2 (1991): 179-195.
  • “This Text Which Is Not One.” Hispanic Journal. Journal of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania 12.2 (Fall 1991): 277-289.
  • “La ‘hipótesis represiva’ en la literatura actual.” Letras de Buenos Aires. Argentina  24 (July 1991): 63-67.
  • “The Bull as Marginal Manifestation of the Sacred.” NAOS University of Pittsburgh 6.1-3 (1990): 14-19.
  • “Juan Rulfo: Crítica reciente.” Revista Iberoamericana 148-149 (July-December 1989): 989-1003.
  • Pedro Páramo: novela regionalista?” Osamayor. University of Pittsburgh 1 (April 1989): 3-17.
  • “Un sentido del espacio en Pedro Páramo y en Rufino Tamayo.” Imprévue. Université Paul Valérie, France 1 (1988): 27-50.


BOOK REVIEWS 

  • “Fox, Claire F. Making Art Panamerican: Cultural Policy and the Cold War. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2013. 362 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8166-7933-1” Chasqui (Forthcoming).
  •  “Nállim, Jorge A. Transformations and Crisis of Liberalism in Argentina, 1930-1955. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012. 274 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8229-6203-8.” Chasqui 43.1 (Forthcoming).
  • “López-Calvo, Ignacio. The Affinity of the Eye: Writing Nikkei in Peru. Tucson: U of Arizona Press, 2013. 262 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8165-2598-0.” Chasqui 43.1 (Forthcoming).
  • “Philippa J. Page. Politics and Performance in Post-Dictatorship Argentine Film and Theatre. UK: Tamesis, 2011.” (Forthcoming).
  • “Bilingualism, Patriarchy, and Resistance in Latina Writers. Blauman, Wendy Sue. Explaining the Bilingual and Bicultural Poetry and Narratives of Julia Alvarez. The Edwin Mellen Press, 2011. 237 pp.; Johnson, Claudia Durst, ed. Patriarchy in Sandra Cisneros’s The House on Mango Street. Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2010. 180 pp.; López-Peláez Casellas, Milagros. What About the Girls? Estrategias narrativas de resistencia en la primera literatura chicana. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2012. 253 pp.” Chasqui 42.1 (Mayo 2013): 187-190.
  • “Vidal, Hernán, editor/coordinador. Treinta años de estudios literarios / culturales latinoamericanistas en Estados Unidos. Memorias, testimonios, reflexiones crí­ticas. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana. Serie Biblioteca de América, 2008. 412 pp.” Chasqui 41.1 (Mayo 2012): 216-217.
  • “National- Identity Building and Its Re-Presentations. Benavides, O. Hugo. The Politics of Sentiment. Imagining and Remembering Guayaquil. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006. 185 pp. Bielsa, Esperança. The Latin American urban crónica: between literature and mass culture. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2006. 237 pp.  Goldman, Dara E. Out of Bounds. Islands and the Demarcation of Identity in the Hispanic Caribbean. Lewisburg [Pa.]: Bucknell University Press, 2008. 249pp. Janer, Zilkia. Puerto Rican nation-building literature: impossible romance. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005. 119 pp.”Chasqui 39.1 (Mayo 2010): 144-149.
  •  “Laura E. Pérez. Chicana Art. The Politics of Spiritual and Aesthetic Altarities. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2007. 390 pp.” Chasqui 38.2 (Noviembre 2009): 209-212.
  • “Viajes, tiempos y ficciones. Trazegnies Granda, Fernando de. Imágenes rotas. Lima: Ediciones del Dragón, 1992. 183 pp. Campra, Rosalba. Ciudades para errantes. Córdoba: Universidad Católica de Córdoba, 2007. 90 pp.” Chasqui 37.1 (Mayo 2008): 134-138.
  • “Kathy S. Leonard. Bibliographic Guide to Chicana and Latina Narrative. Wesport: Praeger, 2003. 273 pp.” Chasqui 34.1 (May 2005): 193-194.
  •  “Eliana Cazaubón Hermann, ed. English Translations of Short Stories by Contemporary Argentine Women Writers. Trans. Sally Thornton. Lewison: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2002. 187 pp.” Chasqui 34.1 (May 2005): 189-90.
  • “Lauro Flores. Alfredo Arreguín. Patterns of Dreams and Nature / Diseños, sueños y naturaleza. Seattle: University of Washington Press / Bellevue: Bellevue Arts Museum / Zamora: El Colegio de Michoacán, A. C., 2002. Jacob Lawrence Series on American Artists.168 pp.” Chasqui 32.1 (June 2003): 126-128.
  • “Carl Good and John V. Waldron (eds.). The Effects of the Nation. Mexican Art in an Age of Globalization. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 2001. 222 pp.” Chasqui 31.1 (May 2002): 118-122.
  • “Reina Roffé. Conversaciones americanas. Madrid: Páginas de Espuma, 2001. 309 pp.” Letras Femeninas 28.2 (Otoño 2002): 199-200.
  • “Patricia D’Allemand. Latin American Cultural Criticism. Re-Interpreting a Continent. New York: Edwin Mellen, 2000.190 pp” Chasqui 30.2 (November 2001): 148-150.
  • “Rosalba Campra. Constancias. Roma: Le parole gelate, 1997. 45 pp. Los años del Arcángel. Córdoba: Ediciones del Boulevard, 1998. 166 pp.” Chasqui  28.1 (May 1999): 94-95.
  • “Discurso e historia en la obra narrativa de Jorge Luis Borges. Examen de Ficciones El Aleph. By Nicolás Emilio Alvarez. Boulder, Colorado: Society of Spanish and Spanish-American Studies, 1998.” Modern Language Review 96.1 (2001): 242-243.
  • “National Identity in Latin America.” Fernando Unzueta. La imaginación y el romance nacional en Hipanoamérica. Lima-Berkeley: Latinoamericana Editores, 1996. 246 pp. Stacie G. Widdifield. The Embodiment of the National in Late Nineteenth-Century Mexican Painting. Tucson: U. of Arizona Press, 1996. 213 pp. Carol Clark D’Lugo. The Fragmented Novel in Mexico: The Politics of Form. Austin: U. of Texas Press, 1997. 281 pp.” Chasqui 28.2 (Noviembre 1999): 103-108.
  • “María Esther Vázquez. Borges. Esplendor y derrota. Barcelona: Tusquets, 1996. 355 pp.” Chasqui 27.1 (Mayo 1998): 173-174.
  •  “Ben A. Heller. Assimilation / Generation / Resurrection: Contrapuntal Readings in the Poetry of José Lezama Lima. London: Associated University Press. 1997.” Modern Language Review 93.3 (1998): 870-872.
  • “Judith A. Payne and Earl E. Fitz. Ambiguity and Gender in the New Novel of Brazil and Spanish America. A Comparative Assessment. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1993. 225 pp.” Chasqui 26.2 (Noviembre 1997):141-143.
  • “Mary Beth Tierney-Tello.  Allegories of Transgression and Transformation: Experimental Fiction by Women Writing Under Dictatorship. Albany: State University of New  York Press, 1996. 286 pp.”  Chasqui 26.1 (Mayo 1997): 144 – 145.
  • “Christina Jacqueline Johns. The Origins of Violence in Mexican Society. Westport: Praeger, 1995. 223 pp.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 30.3 (October 1996): 506-507.
  • “Jorge Calvetti. Poemas conjeturales 1948-1991. Buenos Aires: Grupo Editor Latinoamericano. Colección Escritura de Hoy, 1992. 76 pp. Escrito en la tierra. Buenos Aires: Grupo Editor Latinoamericano. Colección Escritura de Hoy, 1994. 139 pp.” Chasqui 25.1 (May 1996): 106-108.
  • “Rosemary Geisdorfer Feal and Carlos Feal. Painting on the Page. Interartistic Approaches to Modern Hispanic Texts. New York: State University of New York Press, 1995. 341 pp.” Chasqui 25.1 (May 1996): 114-115.
  • “Daniel Balderston. Out of Context. Historical Reference and the Representation of Reality in Borges. Durham: Duke University Press, 1993.” Revista Iberoamericana   62.175 (Abril-Junio 1996): 638 – 641.
  • “Francine Masiello. Between Civilization and Barbarism. Women, Nation, & Literary Culture in Modern Argentina. Lincoln: Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1992.”  Revista Iberoamericana  62.174 (Enero-Marzo 1996): 276 – 278.
  • “Ema Lapidot. Borges and Artificial Intelligence. An Analysis in the Style of Pierre Menard. New York: Peter Lang, 1991. 194 pp. Floyd Merrell. Unthinking Thinking. Jorge Luis Borges, Mathematics, and the New Physics. Indiana: Purdue UP, 1991. 300 pp. Malcom K. Read. Jorge Luis Borges and His Predecessors or Notes Towards a History of Linguistic Idealism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1993. 152 pp.” Chasqui 24.2 (November 1995): 138-144.
  • “Elena Oliveras. La metáfora en el arte. Buenos Aires: Almagesto, 1993. 284 pp.”  Chasqui 24.2 (November 1995): 147-149.
  • “Ronald S. Méndez-Clark. Onetti y la (in)fidelidad a las reglas del juego. Lanham: University Press of America, 1993. 178 pp. Jack Murray. The Landscapes of Alienation. Ideological Subvertion in Kafka, Céline, and Onetti. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1991. 264 pp. Mark I. Millington. An Analysis of the Short Stories of Juan Carlos Onetti. Fictions of Desire. Volume 1 Studies in Latin American Literature and Culture Series. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 1993. 214 pp. Sonia Mattalia. La figura en el tapiz. (Teoría y práctica literaria en Juan Carlos Onetti). London: Tamesis Book Limited, 1990. 193 pp. Juan Carlos Onetti. Goodbyes and Stories. Translated by Daniel Balderston. The Texas Pan American Series. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1990. 174 pp.”  Chasqui 24.2 (November 1995): 149-156.
  • “Fernando Reati. Nombrar lo innombrable. Violencia política y novela argentina: 1975-1985. Buenos Aires: Legasa, 1992. 268 pp.” Chasqui 24.2 (November 1995): 159-161.
  • “Claudia Ferman. Política y posmodernidad. Hacia una lectura de la anti-modernidad en Latinoamérica. Buenos Aires: Almagesto, 1993.” Chasqui 23.2 (November 1994): 164-167. Intercambios. Revista de Psicología y Cultura 1 (April 1995): 61-63.
  • “John Beverley. Against Literature. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993. 168 pp.” Chasqui 23.2 (November 1994): 158-162.
  • “Carmen Ortiz. Julio Cortázar. Una estética de la búsqueda. Colección Perfiles. Vol. 17. Buenos Aires: Almagesto, 1994.” Chasqui 23.2 (November 1994): 162-164.
  • “Margarita Zamora. Reading Columbus. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 28.3 (October 1994): 477-479.
  •  “José Rabasa. Inventing A-M-E-R-I-C-A. Spanish Historiography and the Formation of Eurocentrism. Oklahoma Project for Discourse and Theory. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993.” NAOS  (Winter, Spring-Summer, Fall 1994): 35-37.
  • “Ester Gimbernat González. Aventuras del desacuerdo. Novelistas argentinas de los 80. Buenos Aires: Danilo Alberto Vergara, 1992.” Revista Iberoamericana  166-167 (January-June 1994): 585-588.
  • “Alicia Borinski. Theoretical Fables: The Pedagogical Dream in Contemporary Latin American Fiction. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1993.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 28.2 (May 1994): 305-307.
  • “Horacio Armani. Poesía elegida. Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, 1985.” & ” Horacio Armani. En la sangre del día. Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, 1988.” Chasqui 23.1 (May 1994): 114-116.
  •  “Alfredo A. Roggiano: Pedro Henríquez Ureña en México. México: Colección Cátedras / Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad Autónoma de México, 1989.” Nuevo Texto Crítico Stanford University 11 (First Semester 1993): 266-268.
  •  “Jacobo Regen. Poemas reunidos. Salta: Ediciones del Tobogán, 1992.” Hispanic Journal. Journal of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania 14.1 (Spring 1993): 179-181.
  • “Susana Tasca. La víspera del ángel. Centro Editor Latinoamericano, 1991.” Hispamerica. Revista de Literatura 66 (1993): 132-133.
  •  “Mabel Pagano. Los griegos no existen. Buenos Aires: Almagesto, 1991.” Hispamerica. Revista de Literatura 64-65 (April-August 1993): 200-202.
  • “Alicia Rivero-Potter. Autor/Lector: Huidobro, Borges, Fuentes y Sarduy. Latin American Literature and Culture Series. Detroit: Waine State University Press, 1991.” Revista Iberoamericana  162-163 (January-June 1993): 376-379.
  • “Marithelma Costa y Adelaida López. Las dos caras de la escritura. Puerto Rico: Sin Nombre. Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1988.” Revista Iberoamericana  162-163 (January-June 1993): 380-382.
  • “Martín Lienhard. La voz y la huella. Escritura y conflicto étnico-social en América Latina 1492-1988.  Hanover: Ediciones del Norte, 1991.” Hispania 76.1 (March 1993): 88-89.
  • “Rosalba Campra. Formas de la memoria. Córdoba: Mundi, 1989.” Revista Iberoamericana  158 (January-March 1992): 273-275.
  • “Roberto González Echevarría. Myth and Archive. A Theory of Latin American Narrative. Cambridge Studies in Latin American and Iberian Literature 3. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990.” Revista Iberoamericana  158 (January-March 1992): 275-279.
  • “Enrique Anderson Imbert. Narraciones completas. 2 vol. Buenos Aires: Corregidor, 1990.” Revista Iberoamericana  158 (January-March 1992): 271-273.
  • “Juana Alcira Arancibia. Poesía telúrica del Noroeste argentino. Buenos Aires: Ayala Palacio, 1989.” Hispania 75.1 (March 1992): 100.
  • “Luis Harss. La patria madre. Montevideo: Arca, 1987.” Chasqui 20.2 (November 1991): 156-157.
  •  “Alfredo A. Roggiano. Prisión o transparencia. Argentina: Mundi, 1990.” Chasqui 20.2 (Nov. 1991): 154-156.
  • “Mabel Pagano. Trabajo a reglamento. Buenos Aires: Marymar, 1990.” Revista Iberoamericana  155-156 (April-September 1991): 765-767.
  • “Nancy M. Kason, ed. Los Ensayistas. Argentina: 1955-1989. Georgia Series on Hispanic Thought. The University of Georgia, (1989): 26-27.” Revista Iberoamericana  154 (January-March 1991): 396-400.
  • “Enrico Mario Santí. Escritura y tradición. Texto, crítica y poética en la literatura hispanoamericana. Barcelona: Laia, 1987.” Revista Iberoamericana  154 (January-March 1991): 391-396.
  • “Myron Lichtblau. Rayuela y la creatividad artística. Miami: Ediciones Universal, 1988.” Revista Iberoamericana  151 (April-June 1990): 620-621.
  • “Grínor Rojo. Crítica del exilio. Ensayos sobre literatura latinoamericana actual. Santiago de Chile: Pehuén, 1988.” Revista Iberoamericana  151 (April-June 1990): 617-620.  

 

 CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

  • “Memory and the politization of space / spatialization of politics in Buenos Aires’ urban space.” 2014 Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Conference. Detroit, MI, November 13-16, 2014.
  • “Buenos Aires as political urban space” Works in Progress Lecture Cycle. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. October 30, 2014.
  • “Border Literatures in the United States.” Graduate Seminar Lecture Series. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. August 28- 30, 2014.
  •  “Lectures on Latin American culture.” Lawrence University Mielke Institute. Bjorklunden, Door County, WI. June 23-27, 2014.
  • “Tango! And nation building.” Latin American Chamber Music Festival. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. November 12, 2011.
  •  “Japanese Culture in the Diaspora: Three Japanese-Brazilian Artists.” Seventeenth Annual Conference of the Japan Studies Association. San Francisco, CA. January 6-8, 2011.
  • “Border Literatures in the United States.” Graduate Seminar Lecture Series. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. August 27- 29, 2009.
  • ·    “What Borders? / Why Bother?” MACHL (Mid-America Conference on Hispanic Literature). University of Wisconsin-Madison. Madison, WI. October 4-6, 2007.
  • “Estudios Fronterizos: perspectivas teóricas de la frontera méxico-norteamericano a Macao” and
  • “Macao como puente cultural entre Asia y América Latina a través del arte”  XIII Congreso FIEALC (Federación Internacional de Estudios Sobre América Latina y el Caribe). “América Latina-Caribe y Asia-Pacífico en el siglo XXI.” Macau, China. September 25-28, 2007.
  • “The Life and Works of Jorge Luis Borges.” Freshman Studies Seminar. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. September 18, 2007.
  • “Painting with Acrylics” Summer Seminar. Lawrence University. Bjorklunden Campus. Door County, WI. June 17 – 22, 2007.
  • “Border Literatures in the United States.” Graduate Seminar Lecture Series. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. August 22-September 2, 2006.
  • “Argentina Then and Now.” “Noon hour Philosophers Winter/Spring.” Appleton, WI. January 18, 2006.
  • “El cine hispano como sitio de historia, memoria, e identidad.” Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Conference “History, Memory, Exile.” Pfister Hotel. Milwaukee, WI. November 10-13, 2005.
  • “Hispanic, Latino, and Latin American Identities in the United States.” Panel at Ripon College. Ripon, WI. October 27, 2005.
  • Arte Hispano.” Lecture. Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte (IUNA). Bs. As., Argentina. September 24, 2004.
  •  “Hispanic Identities in the United States.” Fulbright Graduate Seminar. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Mendoza, Argentina. July-September 2004.
  • “Hispanic Identities in the United States.” Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Conference “The University.” Congress Plaza Hotel. Chicago, IL. November 7 – 9, 2003.
  • “Construction of a National Identity in Latin America.” Midwest Modern Language Association (MMLA) Conference “Thinking Post-Identity.” Minneapolis, MN. November 8 – 10, 2002.
  • “Naturally.”  Gallery talk. Bergstrom-Mahler Museum. Neenah, WI, U.S.A. October 27, 2002.
  • “La identidad latinoamericana en su arte contemporáneo.” North Central Council of Latin Americanists (NCCLA). University of Wisconsin – Platteville. Platteville, WI. October 10 – 12, 2002.
  • Pedro Páramo de Juan Rulfo como metáfora antropológica” Midwest Conference on Latin American Studies. University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. Eau Claire, WI. April 18-19, 2002.
  • “Making Art in America: a Personal Visual Journey.” Lecture at the Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte (IUNA). Buenos Aires, Argentina.  November 9, 2001.
  • “Spatial Metaphors of the Irrational in Spain: Goya and Dalí.” Lecture Mortar Board Honor Society’s Series “First Chance / Last Chance.”  Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. April 10, 2001.
  • “Putting It in Context: Four Contemporary Artists from Argentina.” Lecture at the Wriston Arts Center. Lawrence University. Appleton, WI. November 17, 2000.
  • “Borges’ Women in Film.”  25th Annual Colloquium on Literature and Film. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV. October 12 – 14, 2000.
  • “The LCSR Program on Line.” Lecture at Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, Virginia. March 21, 2000.
  • “Argentinean Painting.” Lecture presented at Keystone College. La Plume, PA. March 8, 2000.
  • “Written and Visual Texts in Mid-Century Mexico: Juan Rulfo and Rufino Tamayo.” Lecture at Lawrence University. Appleton, WI.  January 17, 2000.
  • Pedro Páramo en el cine.” 24th Annual Colloquium on Literature and Film. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV. September 16 – 18, 1999.
  • Contemporary Art from Latin America at the End of the Century: The Case of Argentina.” Virginia Humanities Conference “Anticipating The End: The Experience of the Nineties.” Mary Baldwin College.  Lexington, VA. March 19 – 20, 1999.
  • “Latin American Art at the End of the Century.” Sweet Briar College. Sweet Briar, VA. February 17, 1999.
  • “Historia y literatura en Argentina: Santa Evita de Tomas Eloy Martínez. 24th Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, PA. October 23-24, 1998.
  • “History vs. ‘Her-Story’ in the Works of Contemporary Argentinean Women Writers.” 29th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association (NEMLA). Baltimore, MD.  April 17 – 18, 1998.
  • “Examining Our Prejudices.” Panel Discussion. Maier Museum of Art. Randolph-Macon Women’s College. Lynchburg, VA. March 8 – 9, 1998.
  • “Sketches Series. Contemporary Art from Latin America.” Lecture at the Pierre Daura Art Gallery.  Lynchburg College. Lynchburg, VA. February 11, 1998.
  • “Juan Rulfo’s Gaze.” 22nd Annual Colloquium on Modern Literature and Film. West Virginia University.  Morgantown, WV. October 16 – 18, 1997.
  • Eterna: La Eva de Mabel.” (With E. Hermann). 47th Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. East Carolina University. Greenville, NC.  October 16 – 18, 1997.
  • “Sábato pintor.” 28th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association (NEMLA). Philadelphia, PA. April 4 – 5, 1997.
  • “The Bull Figure as a Marginal Manifestation of the Latin American Sacred.” 112th Modern Language Association of America (MLA) Convention. Washington, D.C. December 27 – 30, 1996.
  • “Argentinean Contemporary Art: Dramas of Identity.”  20th Annual International Association for Philosophy and Literature Conference “Dramas of Culture.” George Mason University. Fairfax, VA. May 7 – 11, 1996.
  • “Sumisión, silencio, sentencia: la mujer en los cuentos de Borges.” (With E. Hermann). 26th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association. Montréal, Canada. April 19 – 20, 1996.
  • “La Gutre, La Colorada, La Intrusa: representación de la mujer en la filmografía de Jorge Luis Borges.” VI Conferencia Internacional de la Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica. “La representación femenina: Imagen y escritura.” Barnard College. New York, NY. October 19-21, 1995.
  • “‘Macario’ de Juan Rulfo y el espacio de un monólogo.” 45th Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Radford University. Radford, VA. October 5 – 7, 1995.
  • “Politics and Literature as Seen by Three Contemporary Argentine Women Writers.” Latin American Studies Association 19th International Congress (LASA). Washington, D.C. September 28 – 30, 1995
  • “Arte actual en U.S.A.” National School of Fine Arts “Prilidiano Pueyrredón.” August 17, 1995 & at “Perez Celis. Actividades Creativas.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 22, 1995.
  • “La obra fantástica de Angélica Gorodischer: literatura y política en la Argentina del Proceso.” (With E. Hermann). 26th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association (NEMLA). Boston, MA. March 31 – April 1, 1995.
  • Chair Panel “Twentieth Century Mexican Fiction.” 26th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association (NEMLA). Boston, MA. March 31 – April 1, 1995.
  • “The LCSR Program at Lynchburg College – Involving Students in a Community of Scholars.” “The Freshman Year Experience.” The University of South Carolina. Columbia, SC. February 18 -21, 1995.
  • Los devorados de Alina Diaconú, la utopía y su expresión.” (With E. Hermann). West Georgia College “International Conference on The Hideous and The Sublime in Literature and the Visual Arts, Including Cinema.” Atlanta, GA. November 22 – 24, 1994.
  • Chair Panel “Autobiografemas de la escritura argentina.” 5th International Conference of the ‘Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica.’ “Modalidades de representación del sujeto auto/bio/gráfico femenino.” Davidson College. Davidson, NC. October 20 – 22, 1994.
  • “Literatura y relación social y cultural de las Américas.” (With E. Hermann). 6th Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Yale University, New Haven, CT. September 30 – October 2, 1994.
  • “La utopía y su voz: Alina Diaconú.” (With E. Hermann). American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) 1994 Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. August 7 – 11, 1994.
  • “Lex dura lex sed lex: el derecho en la obra de Juan Rulfo.” 30th Congreso del Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana (IILI). University of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA. June 12-16, 1994.
  • “Alina Diaconú-Josefina Robirosa. Their ‘Blue Lagoon’ Symbolic Dual Representation.” (With E. Hermann). 25th Annual North Eastern Modern Languages Association (NEMLA). Carnegie Mellon University. Pittsburgh, PA. April 8 – 10, 1994.
  • “A Character-Author in Search of Her Voice in Reina Roffé’s La rompiente.” (With E. Hermann). Annual Conference of the Study for Latin American Studies. University of Liverpool. The Institute of Latin American Studies. Liverpool, England. March 25 – 27, 1994.
  • “Argentina, Brazil, Chile: Democracy & Market Economics.” 1994 “Great Decisions Lecture Series.” Lynchburg Public Library. Sponsored by the YWCA. Lynchburg, VA. March 9, 1994.
  • “The LCSR Program at Lynchburg College.” “The Freshman Year Experience.” The University of South Carolina. Crystal City Marriot. Arlington, VA. November 18 – 20, 1993.
  • “Te amo, te odio: videncia y ceguera en Ernesto Sábato.” West Georgia College “International Conference on Representations of Love and Hate.” Atlanta, GA. October 22 – 24, 1993.
  • Pedro Páramo como novela regionalista.” Mid America Conference on Hispanic Literature (MACHL). Washington University in St. Louis. St. Louis, MO. October 14 – 17, 1993.
  • La rompiente: To Break the Silence.” (With E. Hermann). 43rd Annual Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Clemson University. Clemson, SC. October 7 – 9, 1993.
  • “Lecture on Painting.”  Lecture at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes “Prilidiano Pueyrredón.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. August 19, 1993.
  • “Women and Literature in Argentina.” (With E. Hermann). Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) 1993 Annual Meeting. Phoenix, AZ. August 9 – 13, 1993.
  • “People with Me.” (With E. Hermann). Midlands Conference on Language & Literature. Creighton University. Omaha, NE. April 2 – 3, 1993.
  • “Social Changes in Argentina: Three Argentinean Women Writers Raise Their Voices.” (With E. Hermann). West Georgia College “International Conference on The Word and The World of Discovery.” Atlanta, GA. October 16 – 18, 1992.
  • La rompiente: integración de un mundo alienado y en fragmentos.” (With E. Hermann). 18th Annual Hispanic Literatures Conference. Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Indiana, PA. October 9 – 10, 1992.
  • “Internal Exiles: Images of Travel in Some Contemporary Argentinean Women Writers.” (With E. Hermann). 42nd Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Virginia Tech. Blacksburg, VA. Oct. 8-10, 1992.
  • “Exilios internos: el tema del viaje en cinco escritoras argentinas actuales.” (With E. Hermann) American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). 5th Biennial Northeast Regional Meeting. Manchester, NH. September 24 – 26, 1992.
  • “Justicia y política en los cuentos de tres escritoras argentinas.” (With E. Hermann). American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP). Cancún, México. August 9 – 13, 1992.
  • “Colleges and Universities in the U.S.A.” Lecture presented at the Instituto Cultural Argentino Norteamericano (I.C.A.N.A.). Buenos Aires, Argentina. July 13, 1992.
  • “Justice and Politics: Three Argentinean Women Writers May Have Something to Say.” Lecture presented at East Tennessee State University. Johnson City, TN. April 14, 1992.
  • “Lecture on Painting.” Lecture presented at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts. Richmond, VA. April 13, 1992.
  • “¿Existe una literatura femenina?” (With E. Hermann). Twentieth-Century Literature Conference. University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. February 26 – 29, 1992.
  • “Philosophizing the Myth: Rodolfo Kusch and Juan Rulfo.” West Georgia College “International Conference on Myth and Fantasy.” Atlanta, GA. October 25 – 27, 1991.
  • “Las fotografías de Juan Rulfo.” Mid America Conference on Hispanic Literature. University of Nebraska. Lincoln, NE. October 3 – 5, 1991.
  • “Madness and Surrealism.” West Virginia University Annual Colloquium on Modern Literature and Film. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV, September 19 – 21, 1991.
  • “Ritual and Myth in Juan Rulfo’s ‘Luvina.’” The College Language Association. Benedict College. Columbia, SC. April 17 – 20, 1991.
  • “Escritura femenina en tres escritoras argentinas.” Lecture at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA. April 11, 1991.
  • “‘Luvina’ de Juan Rulfo como manifestación del pensar seminal.” 15th Annual Meeting Philological Association of the Carolinas. University of North Carolina. Charlotte, NC. Feb. 28 – March 2, 1991.
  • “Historia e historias de escritoras argentinas.” Twentieth-Century Literature Conference. University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. February 20 – 23, 1991.
  • “Alienation Mexican Style: Juan Rulfo’s ‘Macario’.” International Rhetoric Council Annual Conference. University of San Diego. San Diego, CA. November 16 – 17, 1990.
  • “The Space of the Irrational.” West Georgia College “International Conference on Surrealism and the Oneiric Process in Literature and the Visual Arts”” Atlanta, GA. October 26 – 28, 1990.
  • “Argentina: The Female Voice.” 16th Congreso de Literaturas Hispánicas. Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Indiana, PA. October 19 – 20, 1990.
  • “The Space in Los pazos de Ulloa.” Mid America Conference on Hispanic Literature. University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, CO. October 4 – 6, 1990.
  • “Argentinean Writers.”  10h Annual Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures. University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, OH. May 16 – 18, 1990.
  • “Corpus Rulfi. Juan Rulfo’s Bodies in Space.” “Bodies in Space: Constructions and Representations of Space, Place and Time.” 15th Annual International Association for Philosophy and Literature at the University of California, Irvine. Irvine, CA. April 26 – 28, 1990.
  • “El espacio en Juan Rulfo.” Mid America Conference on Hispanic Literature. The University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. November 9 – 11, 1989.