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Silvia Lopez

Silvia Lopez

Education & Professional History

Santa Clara University, BS; University of California (Santa Barbara), MA; University of Minnesota, PhD.

At Carleton since 1997.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Latin American Studies

(PhD from University of Minnesota) teaches XIX century Latin American literature at Carleton, as well as the Introductions to Latin American Studies and Latin American Literature. Her main areas of interest are literary and social modernity in Latin America, cultural and critical theory, and the Frankfurt School. Her research focuses on cultural theory and criticism and she has published articles on Adorno, Lukács, Benjamin, Garcia Canclini, Schwarz, Dalton and Argueta. Together with Christopher Chiappari, she translated Néstor Garcia Canclini's Hybrid Cultures: strategies for entering and leaving modernity. She edited a special issue of Cultural Critique (Fall 2001) titled Critical Theory in Latin America. Currently she is finishig a book of essays entitled Frankfurt Minima: essays in aesthetics and culture.

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(Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from University of Minnesota) teaches XIX century Latin American literature at Carleton, as well as the Introductions to Latin American Studies and Latin American Literature. Her main areas of interest are literary and social modernity in Latin America, cultural and critical theory, and the Frankfurt School. Her research focuses on cultural theory and criticism and she has published articles on Adorno, Lukács, Benjamin, Garcia Canclini, Schwarz, Dalton and Argueta. Together with Christopher Chiappari, she translated Néstor Garcia Canclini's Hybrid Cultures: strategies for entering and leaving modernity. She edited a special issue of Cultural Critique (Fall 2001) titled Critical Theory in Latin America. Currently she is finishing a book of essays entitled Frankfurt Minima: essays in aesthetics and culture.

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