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Accomplishments by Javier Gonzalez

2019

Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • "Marcelo Cohen’s El País de la Dama Eléctrica: Rock Music and the Cultural Identity of the Metaphysical Exile." Paper delivered at PAMLA. Bellingham, Washington, November 2018. Literature and Other Arts (pamla.org)
  • "Alternative Communities in Hispanic Literature and Culture." with J. Nagtegaal, K. O'Regan, L. Castañeda, and B. Bran. Panel discussion at PAMLA. Bellingham, Washington, November 1018. (https://pamla.org/)

Publications:

  • "Ignacio de Loyola Brandao's Zero and the Aesthetics of Resistance in 1960s Brazil." The Art of Solidarity: Visual and Performative Politics in Cold War Latin America. Edited by J. Stites Mor and M. Suescun Pozas. 1st. Austin, Texas: U. of Texas Press, 2018. 83-116. (https://utpress.utexas.edu/books/stites-mor-suescun-pozas-art-of-solidarity)

2017

Exhibitions / Presentations:

  • "Onda Literature: Imagined Alternative Communities in 1960s Mexico." with J. Burns, P. Cabrera, and R. Hallows. Panel discussion at Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association. Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2016. (http://rmmla.org/)

Publications:

  • Alternative Communities in Hispanic Literature and Culture. with L. Castañeda. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. (http://www.cambridgescholars.com/alternative-communities-in-hispanic-literature-and-culture)
  • "Dime con Quien Andas: Nombres y Covers en "¿Cuál es la Onda?" de José Agustín." Onomástica e Intertextualidad en el Relato Corto Latinoamericano. Edited by J. Chen Sham and M. Vallejos Ramírez. San José, Costa Rica: Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 2016. 81-98. (https://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/12276195)
  • "The Literature of the Onda: Imagined Alternative Communities in 1960s Mexico." Alternative Communities in Hispanic Literature and Culture. Edited by L. Castañeda and J. González. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. 280-308. (http://www.cambridgescholars.com/alternative-communities-in-hispanic-literature-and-culture)