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Heriberto Yépez: A Lecture on Contemporary Latin American Experimental Fiction

Heriberto Yépez: A Lecture on Contemporary Latin American Experimental Fiction

Yépez, Heriberto
Title: Heriberto Yépez: A Lecture on Contemporary Latin American Experimental Fiction
Reading Date: Sunday, April 25, 2004

On Latin American culture and language since the Spanish conquest-10715

On the influence of Jorge Luis Borges-10717

On Pablo Palacio, Luis Cardoza y Aragón, Augusto Monterroso, and Mario Bellatin-10719

On identity and conservatism in the Mexican literary tradition and translation-10721

On contemporary indigenous literature, los contemporales, and Cantinflas-10723

On Mario Bellatin, Cristina Rivera-Garza, humor, gender, and performance in the experimental novel-10725

On performance art and feminism, and the influence of U.S. poetics in Mexico after NAFTA and 9/11-10727

On the uses of politically incorrect humor and authorial persona-10729

On the reception of Chicano literature and border literature by American and Mexican academies-10731

On class, gender, and the border in the literary/cultural establishment-10733

Reading Date: Sunday, April 25, 2004
Series: Spring Reading Series
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

Heriberto Yépez delivers a lecture on contemporary experimental fiction in Latin America.

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