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Vanesa MiseresVanesa Miseres

Assistant Professor of Spanish
(PhD, Vanderbilt University)
106 Decio Faculty Hall
574-631-3868
email: vmiseres@nd.edu
http://romancelanguages.nd.edu/people/vanesa-miseres/

Geographic focus: The Andes and the Southern Cone

Thematic interests: Nineteenth and early twentieth-century Latin American literature

Current research: South American women travelers/Female representation of war in South America / Influence of foreign travelogues in Andean costumbrismo

Recent publications

  • Mujeres en tránsito: viaje, identidad y escritura en Sudamérica (1830–1910), book manuscript under review.

  • “Las últimas de la filla: representación de las rabonas en la literatura y cultura visual decimonónica,” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana 80 (2015)

  • “Modelos de viajera: Clorinda Matto de Turner y su Viaje de recreo,” Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana 42, 2 (2014)

  • “Fémina urbe: ciudades europeas en la escritura de mujeres latinoamericanas,” Letras Femeninas 39, 1 (2013)

  • “Una nación para el norte argentino: viaje y política en La tierra natal de Juana Manuela Gorriti,” Ciberletras 29 (2012)

  • “On a Republic in Ruins: Flora Tristan’s Peregrinations of a Pariah and the Role of the Rabonas in Nineteenth-Century Peru,” Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 84 (2012)

  • “Discurso crítico e imaginario de Europa en el Viaje de recreo de Clorinda Matto de Turner” in Sara Beatriz Guardia, ed., Viajeras entre dos mundos (Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados, 2012)

  • “De artesana de la palabra a obrera del pensamiento: Clorinda Matto de Turner y sus reflexiones en torno a la prensa en La Bolsa de Arequipa (1884),” Boletín del Instituto Riva Agüero (BIRA) 35 (2009–2010)


 

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