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Reinaldo Laddaga

Reinaldo Laddaga

WIlliams Hall 504

Associate Professor of Romance Languages; Graduate Chair, Spanish

Contemporary Latin American literature and critical theory.
He is the author of Literaturas indigentes y placeres bajos (Beatriz Viterbo, 2000), a study of the links between literature and ethics in the works of Felisberto Hernández, Virgilio Piñera, and Juan Rodofo Wilcock; La euforia de Baltasar Brum (Tusquets, 1999), a novel; and numerous articles on literature, art, and film. He is currently working on a book on recent manifestations of Latin American literature and art.

Courses Taught

fall 2009

ENGL 571.401 Literary Theory