Pavel Andrade

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

My research focuses on neoliberal violence and capital accumulation in contemporary Latin American literature. I am interested in narrative as a representational space for economic and political violence, as well as for the geographical processes that have characterized dependent capitalism over the last 25 years.

 

 

 

Research Interests: 
  • 20th and 21st Century Latin American literature
  • Mexican literary and cultural studies
  • Marxism and marxist dependency theory
  • Latin American studies
  • Economic and world history
Courses Taught: 

SPAN 223, Intro to Literary Analysis (Fall 2018)

SPAN 140, Intermediate Spanish II (Spring 2018)

SPAN 121, Accelerated Elementary Spanish (Fall 2017)

Education: 

Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies (2018)

M.A. Hispanic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (2017)

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

Affiliations: 

Variations Working Group (https://variationsgroup.wordpress.com/)