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Fernando Rivera-Díaz Associate Professor Department of Spanish & Portuguese Tulane University

Fernando Rivera-Díaz

Associate Professor
Acting Director of Undergraduate Studies in Spanish
Newcomb Hall 322 E

Education

Ph.D., 2006, Princeton University

Biography

Fernando Rivera-Díaz taught in several Peruvian Universities before coming to the U.S. to pursue a Ph.D. degree at Princeton University, which he completed in 2006. His research on contemporary Latin American narrative focuses on the politics of the novel, post-identitarian narratives, the constitution of modern subjects, and political violence, with special emphasis in Andean literature and culture. He has recently published Dar la palabra: ética, política y poética de la escritura en Arguedas (Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2011). At present he is working on a book-length study of the narratives of the Peruvian Internal War (1980-2000).