Carlos A Jáuregui
Associate Professor of Latin American Literature.
Degrees: Ph.D. 2001, University of Pittsburgh
Professor Jáuregui specializes in Colonial and Transatlantic studies; cultural studies; 19th-century Latin American literature; postcolonial theory; 19th-and-20th-century essay; and cultural history (Spanish America and Brazil). His publications include Canibalia. Canibalismo, calibanismo, antropofagia cultural y consumo en América Latina (Córdoba, Spain, 2005: second revised edition: Vervuert 2008), winner of the Premio Casa de las Américas 2005, Theatre of Conquest: Carvajal’s Complaint of the Indians in the “Court of Death” (Pennsylvania State UP, 2008), and Querella de los indios en las “Cortes de la Muerte” (1557) (México: UNAM, 2002). He is co-editor of Heterotropías: narrativas de identidad y alteridad latinoamericana (Pittsburgh: IILI, 2003, with J.P. Davobe), Colonialidad y crítica en América Latina. Bases para un debate (México: UDLA, 2007 with Mabel Moraña), Revisiting the Colonial Question in Latin America (Madrid / Frankfurt, Iberoamericana / Vervuert, 2008, with M. Moraña), and Coloniality at Large. Latin America and the Postcolonial Debate (Duke UP, 2008 with Enrique Dussel and M. Moraña) (FORD-LASA Special Projects Award, 2003). Professor Jáuregui also co-authored and coedited with Joseph S. Mella and Edward F. Fischer Of Rage and Redemption: The Art of Oswaldo Guayasamín (Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery, 2008), the art catalog for the Oswaldo GuayasamínArt Exhibit and National Tour 2008-2009. He is currently working on a book-length study titled “Going Native and Becoming-Other in Latin American Literature and Film,” for which he was awarded a year-long fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities (2010).
Office: 162 Decio Hall