A Talk by Cesar Salgado from The University of Texas, Austin.
César A. Salgado is Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and Graduate Adviser in the Program in Comparative Literature at The University of Texas at Austin. He teaches graduate seminars on colonial and postcolonial New World baroque literatures, the "Orígenes" group and journal in Cuban literary history, James Joyce and Luso-Hispanic modernism, the politics of archival fashioning in Caribbean studies, and contemporary literary theory. His articles on Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Latin American and comparative literary topics have appeared in Revista Iberoamericana, Cuadernos americanos, Inti, Apuntes posmodernos, Revista Encuentro de la Cultura Cubana, Actual, Critica, Journal of American Folkore, La Torre, and The New Centennial Review. Dr. Salgado is author of From Modernism to Neobaroque: Joyce and Lezama Lima (Bucknell University Press 2001) and coeditor with Alan West-Durán and María Herrera-Sobek of Latino and Latino Writers, a reference encyclopedia (Gale/Scribners 2004). He is currently at work on a manuscript currently titled "Caribbean Counterfeits: Essays in Critical Archivology."
Cost: Free an open to the public
The talk will be in Spanish. Q&A in Spanish and English
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