Cynthia Tompkins

Profese: pedagog
Země: Jižní Amerika

She was born and raised in Argentina, graduated from the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, with degrees in English language, literature and translation as well as Licenciada en Letras Modernas. As a recipient of Fulbright Fellowship and an Edwin Sparks Research Fellowship (1982-83), she pursued degrees (M.A. and Ph.D) in Comparative Literature at Penn State University. In the School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University-Tempe she offers courses on contemporary Latin American literature, film, cultural production and theory. She is the current Faculty Head of Spanish and Portuguese and directs the Undergraduate Certificate in Latin American Studies as well as the Graduate Certificate in Literary Translation. She is the author of Latin American Postmodernisms: Women Writers and Experimentation, as well as a significant number of refereed articles, and has translated and coedited numerous other publications. Her work on Latin American Film, Women Writers, Feminism and Cultural Production has appeared in the most respected refereed journals. Tompkins is the P.I. on an interdisciplinary seed grant awarded by the College of Liberal Arts titled, Mapping Affect to Understand and Impede the Reproduction of Violence in Latin America, for which she leads a media project focused on adolescents aiming to prevent the reproduction of violence. Zdroj: asaeca.org

 





Seznam publikací

NázevRok vydáníJazykVydavatelství
Experimental Latin American Cinema: History and Aesthetics2013anglickyUniversity of Texas Press

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