Las Insometidas de la Ciudad de México: The Novel of Prostitution in Antonia Mora, Sara Sefchovich, and Cristina Rivera Garza

Dr. Carolyn González recently completed her dissertation Las Insometidas de la Ciudad de México: The Novel of Prostitution in Antonia Mora, Sara Sefchovich, and Cristina Rivera Garza. Her current book project, based on her dissertation, is centered on what she calls the Mexicana novel of prostitution, texts written by women that feature female protagonists who have...

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Ocean View: Naos to California’s Coast

Researcher: Jimena Rodriguez

During her appointment as a Visiting Assistant Professor Jimena began writing a new book entitled Escribir desde el océano: retóricas del andar en el Nuevo Mundo. This book is the continuation of a line of investigation that examines the representation of the American space in the discourse of the European...

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Literary, Cultural, and Political relations

Researcher: Maarten
van Delden

Maarten van Delden has research and teaching interests in the twentieth-century novel and short story, in Latin American intellectual history, and in literary and cultural relations between Mexico and the United States. His first book, Carlos Fuentes, Mexico, and Modernity (Vanderbilt UP, 1998), examines the Mexican author’s literary career in...

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