Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Latinoamérica Hoy: Los Desafíos de Narrar el Presente

Thursday, March 22, 2018

12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

McKinney Conference Room

Please note that this talk will be in Spanish.

Edmundo Paz-Soldan is a Professor of Spanish Literature at Cornell University. Winner of the Bolivian National Book Award (1992 and 2003), and the Juan Rulfo Short Story Award (1997), he has published Alcides Arguedas y la narrativa de la nación enferma (Plural, 2003), and is the coeditor, with Debra Castillo, of the volume of critical essays Latin American Literature and Mass Media (Garland, 2000), and, with Alberto Fuguet, of the anthology of short stories Se habla español: Voces latinas en U.S.A. (Alfaguara, 2000). He teaches Modern and Contemporary Spanish-American Literature, Andean Literature, Narrative and Mass Media, and Creative Writing. He is the author of nine novels (among them NorteLos vivos y los muertos, Río fugitivo and El delirio de Turing), and three books of short stories (Las máscaras de la nada, Desapariciones, and Amores imperfectos). Simulacros, an anthology of his short stories, has also been published. His work has been translated to nine languages.

Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies