Faculty and Staff
Erin H. Redmond
Assoc Professor Spanish
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Perlman Hall 209
Department: Modern Languages  
Office Hours: Mon: 11:20-12:10
Tue: 11:20-12:10
Wed: 11:20-12:10

Fri: 11:20-12:10
 
Phone: 607.871.2882  
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Education
Ph.D.: Hispanic Literatures
University of Texas at Austin, 2008

M.A.: Spanish & Portuguese
University of Texas at Austin, 2002

M.A.: Women's Studies
Duke University, 2000

Background
Teaching Interests
Spanish language and Hispanic cultures
Latin American literature
Latin American women's literature
20th and 21st Century Southern Cone narrative
Gender Studies
Literary theory

Current Research
Argentine and Brazilian narrative fiction by women, 1960s - present

Feminist post-colonial theory and Argentine nationalist discourses

Activities
Conference Papers and Selected Publications

“Mirror, Mirror: Femininity and Aging in Narrative Fiction by Women From Argentina and Brazil, 1967 – 2000.” Modern Language Association Annual Convention, January 2011.

“Gender Treachery Against the State: Popular Culture and Peronist Nationalism in El beso de la mujer araña and La traición de Rita Hayworth.” Electronic Proceedings from the 2010 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (forthcoming).

"Burgos, Julia de (1914-1953)." Great Lives from History: Latinos. Salem Press, 2011 (forthcoming).

“Gender Treachery Against the State: Popular Culture and Peronist Nationalism in El beso de la mujer araña and La traición de Rita Hayworth.” XXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, October 2010.

“Gender, Sexuality, and the Subaltern: The Counter-Discourse of Luis Alberto Molina in Manuel Puig’s El beso de la mujer araña.” Northeast Modern Language Association 41st Annual Convention, April 2010.

"What's in a Name? The Question of Personhood in First-Wave Canadian Feminism." Alfred U Women's Studies Round Table, March 2010.

“Holmes, Amanda. City Fictions: Language, Body, and Spanish American Urban Space. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2007. (Reseña de libro).” Chasqui: Revista de literatura latinoamericana. 35.2 (Nov 2007): 143 (3).

“Gender Ambiguity as Political Critique in Diamela Eltit’s El cuarto mundo.” 14th Annual Emerging Scholarship in Women’s and Gender Studies Conference, UT Austin, April 2007.

Así que pasen cinco años: Hispanic Modernism, Surrealism, and Sexuality.” 15th Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UT Austin, April 2005.

La única libertad: Relativism, Absolutism, and the Transformative Power of Art.” 14th Colloquium on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Romance Linguistics, Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UT Austin, April 2004.

Honors and Awards
Alfred University CLAS Faculty Development Grant, 2010.

Phi Sigma Iota, National Foreign Languages Honors Society, 2010.

Bruton Continuing Dissertation Fellowship, 2006-2007.

Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program Fellowship, 2006-2007.

Dept. of Spanish and Portuguese, UT Austin, Master Assistant Instructor Award, 2005-2006.

Professional Memberships
Asociacion Internacional de Literatura Femenina Hispanica
Latin American Studies Association
Modern Language Association
National Women's Studies Association