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Román de la Campa

Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor of Romance Languages

WIlliams Hall 521
215-898-3065

Román de la Campa is the Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania. His publications take a comparative view Latin American, American and Latino literatures, theory and other cultural practices. They include over a hundred essays published in the United States, Latin America and Europe, as well as the following recent books: Late Imperial Cultures, co-edited (Verso: 1995), America Latina y sus comunidades discursivas: cultura y literature en la era global (Caracas: 1999), Latin Americanism (Minnesota University Press: 2000), Cuba on My Mind: Journeys to a Severed Nation (Londres, Verso: 2001), América Latina: Tres Interpretaciones actuales sobre su estudio, con Ignacio Sosa y Enrique Camacho (Universidad Autónoma de México. Edición especial. 2004). Nuevas cartografias latinoamericanas (Letras Cubanas, Havana 2007). His next book, Split States and Global Imaginaries (Cambria Press) is scheduled to appear in 2016.

Cambria Studies in Latin American Literatures and Cultures