Mary Hood

E-mail: mhood@g.ucla.edu Office: Rolfe Hall 4321

Education

M.A. Spanish, Georgia State University (2015)

B.A. Spanish, Georgia State University (2012)

Research

Broadly speaking, I’m interested in the philosophy and politics behind Latin American dictatorships and the subsequent studies in memory and trauma that follow. My research tends to focus on post-dictatorship Southern Cone literature. Lately I have been working on articles centered on the representations of women and sexuality in post-dictatorship Argentine crime fiction.

Publications and Presentations

Hood, Mary. “El microcosmos de la casa de Aribau y su sentido alegórico en Nada.” Cincinnati Romance Review: Volume 41 (Fall 2016).

“A Displaced Childhood in Paula Markovitch’s El premio.” Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. April 20, 2017.

“The Responsibility to Remember and the Desire to Forget: Uruguay’s Post-Dictatorship Healing Process in Hugo Fontana’s El crimen de Toledo.” Truth, Lies, and Manufacturing Memory Conference. Toronto, Ontario. October 28, 2016.