Gabriela Nouzeilles

Chairperson of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures at Princeton University.

She is a specialist in modern literature, Latin American culture, critical theory, media and modernity, and travel literature. She was founder and executive editor of the review Nepantla. Views from South, published by Duke University Press, and has written the books Somatic Fictions: Naturalism, Nationalism, and Medical Politics of the Body (2000), and Other Places: Patagonia and the Production of Nature (forthcoming). She has also edited La naturaleza en disputa. Retóricas del cuerpo y el paisaje (Nature in Dispute: Rhetoric of Body and Landscape, 2002), as well as co-editing The Argentina Reader. History, Culture, and Politics (2003) and La memoria insatisfecha (Unfulfilled Memory, forthcoming). Moreover, she has published a number of essays on subjects ranging from crime and aesthetics, alternative travel, landscape and photography, through to memory and cinema. She is presently working on a new book on corporal language in the literature, art and photography of Latin America.

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