|Department||Literature Department, |
Critical Race and Ethnic Studies
|Affiliations||Latin American & Latino Studies, |
|Web Site||Juan Poblete's web page|
|Office||Humanities 1 530|
|Office Hours||M 9:30-10:30 am or Th 4-5pm. No appointment needed|
|Campus Mail Stop||Humanities Academic Services|
Latin(o) American literatures; transnational/global cultures (literature, radio, film); Latin(o) American cultural studies; 19th-century studies; the history of reading practices
- Books and Monographs
- 2015 Co-editor with Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste and Robert Irwin), Sporst and Nationalism in Latin America, New York:Palgrave.
- 2015 Co-editor (with Juana Suárez), Humor in Latin American Cinema, New York: Palgrave.
- 2010 Co-editor (with Fernando Blanco), Desdén al infortunio: Sujeto, comunicación y público en la narrativa de Pedro Lemebel, Santiago: Cuarto Propio.
- 2009 Co-Editor (with Beatriz Gonzalez-Stephan), Andres Bello, Serie Críticas, Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana.
- 2009 Co-Editor (with Héctor Fernández-L' Hoeste). Redrawing the Nation: National Identities in Latin American Comics, Palgrave.
- 2003 Literatura chilena del siglo XIX: entre públicos lectores y figuras autoriales. (Nineteenth Century Chilean Literature: Between Reading Publics and Authorial Figures), Editorial Cuarto Propio, Chile.
- 2003 Editor with an Introduction: Critical Latin American and Latino Studies, University of Minnesota Press.
- For Articles in Professional Journals and Chapters in Book, see my website (above)
My research to date has identified two distinct but connected areas of study: nineteenth century Latin America and contemporary Latino American (US-Latin America) culture. The first focuses on the study of literature as a disciplinary discourse for the formation of national subjects, as a set of social practices and as product in the cultural market. The second deals with Latin/o America in times of globalization in both Latin American and Latino Studies. My studies on contemporary Chilean contemporary culture and on US Latinos participate in an effort to rethink Latin/o American Studies in a global framework. That is to say, capable of encompassing Latin America and the USA from interdisciplinary angles, which can do justice to the new complex cultural, social and political developments of a globalized Latin/o America.
Courses TaughtLALS 200 - Latin American and Latino Studies: An Interdisciplinary Graduate Introduction
LTSP 130D - Latin/o American Testimonio
LTSP 130F - US Latino/a Writing in Spanish, English and Spanglish
LTSP 134G - Latin/o American Popular Culture
LTSP 226 - Latin/o American Critical Theory in/of Globalization
LTWL 109 - Topics Cultural Study (focus changes: reception theory, history of consumption, popular culture, globalization)