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Julie Lirot

Professor Julie LirotLecturer in Spanish

Department of Spanish and Portuguese
6072 Dartmouth Hall
Hanover, NH 03755-3511

Office: 304 Silsby

2011 Spring Office Hours: Thursday 9:00-10:20 a.m., or by appointment

Telephone: (603) 646-0328
Fax: (603) 646-3695
E-mail: Julie.Lirot@Dartmouth.edu

Ph.D., University of Arizona

Education:

  • Ph. D Spanish. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 2002. La identidad postmoderna: Base temática y estructural en la narrativa de Esther Tusquets y Reinaldo Arenas. Director: Malcolm Compitello.
  • M.A. Spanish. University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1995.
  • B.A. Spanish. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1992.
  • Interpretation Certificate. Agnese Haury Institute, 2000.

Fields of Specialization and Interests:

  • Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture
  • Film and Television Studies
  • Colombian and Caribbean Writers
  • Gender Studies
  • Digital Humanities
  • Online Media Studies

Publications:

Books:

  • Rastros de violencia: narradoras de la coetaneidad. Manuscript in progess.
  • Alzar la voz: escritoras colombianas contemporáneas. Conditionally Accepted for publication, Universidad Pontificia Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia, 2010.
  • La identidad postmoderna en El mundo alucinante de Reynaldo Arenas. Editorial Universal, Miami, Florida, 2006.

Editions:

  • Editor. El Universo Literario de Laura Restrepo, Eds. Elvira Sánchez Blake and Julie Lirot. Alfaguara 2007.

Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles and book chapters:

  • Feminist Bildungsroman in Las cuitas de Carlota and Prohibido salir a la calle.” Hybrido 8:2006, 52-55.
  • “Entrevista con David William Foster: Perspectivas sobre el arte y la cultura hispanas.”
  • Letras Hispanas 2:1 (2005). 91-99. http://letrashispanas.unlv.edu/Vol2/vol2index.htm
  • “La mujer incorpórea en La novia oscura, La multitud errante, y Delirio de Laura Restrepo.” Ensayos sin frontera: Estudios sobre literatura hispanoamericana. Eds. Carlos Aguasaco, Osorio y Saavedra. Cali: Botella y Luna, 2005.
  • “La identidad femenina como subversión amorosa en la narrativa de Esther Tusquets.” Letras Peninsulares 16:3 (2003-2004).

Recent Courses:

  • Spanish 9: Culture and Conversation
  • Spanish 10: Introduction to Literary Genres
  • LACS 9: First year seminar: Latin American Narratives of Revolution
  • LACS 37: Latin American Women Writers
  • LACS 30: Cuisine and Culture: Latin American Film

Additional Information:

  • Editor, Letras Hispanas (Http://letrashispanas.unlv.edu)

Last Updated: 4/4/11