Pavel Andrade

Office Location: 
Williams Hall 537
Office Hours: 
Spring 2018: Th 11am-12pm & F 12-1pm
Ph.D. Candidate, Hispanic Studies

My research focuses on cultural dependency and the reproduction of literary systems, with an emphasis on 20th-Century Latin American narrative. I am interested in the representation and interpretation of the economic, political, and cultural patterns of peripheral capitalism, and in the interaction between historical and literary discourse in modern and contemporary historical novels of the Global South.


Research Interests: 
  • Mexican literary and cultural studies 
  • 20th-Century Latin American literature
  • Marxism and marxist dependency theory
  • Economic and world history
  • Latin American studies
Courses Taught: 

Spanish 140, Intermediate Spanish II (Spring 2018)

Spanish 121, Accelerated Elementary Spanish (Fall 2017)


M.A. in Hispanic Studies, University of Pennsylvania 

B.A. in Latin American Studies, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)