Jennifer Harford Vargas

Jennifer Harford Vargas (PhD, Stanford University) researches and teaches on Latina/o cultural production, hemispheric American studies, race and ethnicity, theories of the novel, decolonial imaginaries, narratives of undocumented migration, and testimonio forms in the Americas.  She is currently writing a book manuscript on Latina/o dictatorship novels.  She is also co-editing, along with José David Saldívar and Monica Hanna, an edited collection of critical essays on the works of Junot Díaz.    


 

Courses Taught

Balch Seminar: Borders
217: Narratives of Latinidad
237: The Dictator Novel in the Americas
276: Transnational American Literature
345: Theory of the Ethnic Novel

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