Roberto Pareja

Roberto Pareja is an Assistant Professor of Spanish. He received his Ph. D. on Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies from Georgetown University. His doctoral dissertation “Dilemmas of Andean Modernity” studies the intersection of aesthetics and politics in the work of intellectuals from Bolivia and Perú at the beginning of the twentieth century.

He currently teaches language courses at intermediate levels and upper level literature and culture courses.

 

Courses

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Publications

Book:

Entre caudillos y multitudes. Modernidad estética y esfera pública en Bolivia, siglos XIX y XX. Madrid/Frankfurt: Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2014

Articles:

“La geometría mor(t)al de la tauromaquia: estética, política y performance en Abraham Valdelomar.” Anuari de Filologia. Llengües i Literatures Modernes (Anu.Filol.Lleng.Lit.Mod.), 4 (2014): 77-89.

Los embrujos secretos del tropico. Frontera amazónica y producción del espacio estatal en la obra cinematográfica de Jorge Ruiz.” Revista de Estudios Bolivianos/Bolivian Studies Journal, volume 20 (2014).

"'La luz del conocimiento los hará libres'. Escritura, ideología e interpelación en Juan de la Rosa de Nataniel Aguirre y Juanito sabe leer de Jorge Ruiz." Bolivian Research Review 9:2 (February 2013).

“Review of Horacio Legrás’ Literature and Subjection. The Economy of Writing and Marginality in Latin America.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. 36 (71) (Spring 2010)

“Indigenismo.” Encyclopedia of Latin American history and culture. Eds.Jay Kinsbruner and Erick D. Langer. 2 ed. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008. 816-20.

“Teoría del discurso y crítica político-cultural: de Saussure a Laclau, via Barthes.”Página y Signos. Revista de Linguística y Literatura 2.3 (2008): 31- 42.

Website

Espacios de circulación / Spaces of Circulation

Spaces of Circulation is an ongoing project where I share my research on the social production of spaces and places. Conceptual laboratory and, at the same time, fieldwork report, this blog is a space where I tune up ideas and contrast facts. - See more at: http://sites.middlebury.edu/spacesofcirculation/about-the-project/#sthas...

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