Ph.D., Harvard University
M.A., Harvard University
M.A., Northeastern University
Areas of Focus:
Latin American intellectual history; 20th and 21st century Latin American fiction and film; translation studies
Martín Gaspar’s research engages a wide range of fields that includes Latin American intellectual history since the 19th Century; modern Latin American fiction and contemporary film; translation studies; visibility in literature and the media; and narrative theory.
Currently, he is engaged in two projects: an examination of the functions of anonymity in Latin American media, literature, and film, and a social history of translation in Latin America.
He teaches courses on literature of the Americas and Latin American literature, film, and cultural studies. In June of 2017, he offered a graduate seminar on "Traducción y cultura: teorías recientes y una mirada sobre el caso argentino" at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina.