Teaching Associate Professor of Spanish

sueldo@email.unc.edu | Dey 134

At UNC since 2011


Education

Ph.D. Arizona State University, 2010
Licenciado (Letras Modernas). Universidad Nacional de Córdoba – Argentina, 2003

Bio

Martín Sueldo arrived at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2011. His teaching interests deal with language and literature as an expression of multicultural crossroads and settings, using always a communicative approach. His research interests include 20th & 21st Century Southern Cone Literature & Culture, Memory & Human Rights, Latin American Popular Culture, Telenovelas & Discourse Analysis, Immigration, and Jewish Studies.

Publications

  • “Cumbia literaria: apuntes para un ideologema en la literatura argentina del siglo XXI”. Transmodernity: Journal of Peripheral Cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World. 2.2 (2013)
  • “Articulaciones históricas y vampirismo: El vampiro (1910) de Froylan Turcios y O vampiro de Curitiba (1965) de Dalton Trevisan”. Hispanet Journal 6 (2013)
  • “Dialogando con los futuros censores. Los casos de Heberto Padilla, Manuel Puig y Rubem Fonseca”. Hipertexto 15 (Winter 2012): 65-78
  • “Montecristo: Telenovela y Derechos Humanos” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture 30 (2012): 180-193
  • “La Guerra de Malvinas y el discurso pichi de Rodolfo Fogwill. Parataxis y postmodernidad” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana 73 (December 2011): 131-148

FICTION

  • Sangre Blanca (novel). Córdoba (Argentina): Alción, 2014.
  • ¿Quién odia a Jorge Luis? (novel). Córdoba (Argentina): Alción, 2012.

Typical Courses

SPAN 204: Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 260: Introduction to Hispanic Literature
SPAN 345: Contemporary Latin America: The Caribbean and The Southern Cone