Carlos A. Jáuregui is Associate Professor of Latin American Literature at the University of Notre Dame. Jáuregui specializes in Colonial and Transatlantic studies; cultural studies; 19th-century Latin American literature; postcolonial theory; 19th-and-20th-century essay; and cultural history (Spanish America and Brazil).
He is currently working on a book-length study titled “Going Native and Becoming-Other: Colonial Renegades in Yucatán” for which he was awarded a year-long fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Bavarian Program for Foreign Visiting Scholars Fellowship at the University of Augsburg.
Colonial and transatlantic studies; cultural studies; 19th-century Latin American literature; postcolonial theory; 19th- and 20th-century essays; cultural history (Spanish America and Brazil); human rights
“Going Native and Becoming-Other in Latin American Literature and Film,” supported by National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship.
- Elected member of the Executive Committee of the forum LLC Colonial Latin American of the Modern Language Association of America (2019-2024)
Graubart Book Takes Historical Look at Religious and Racial Self-Governance in the Spanish Colonial World
Dec 9, 2022
Faculty Fellow Karen B. Graubart, associate professor of history, has published a new book with Oxford University Press on some of the self-governing groups allowed in colonies under the Spanish monarchy in the fifteenth through seventeenth centuries.
Jáuregui Publishes New Book
Apr 28, 2020
Congratulations to Kellogg Faculty Fellow Carlos Jáuregui (romance languages and literatures) on the publication of his book Espectros y Conjuras: Asedios a la Cuestión Colonial (Spectra and Conspiracies: Sieges to the Colonial Question).