Andrés Porras Chaves
Ph.D. Student in Spanish
Advised by Professor Oswaldo Estrada
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At UNC Since 2018
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- M.A. University of Colorado, Boulder
- B.A. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
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Andrés Porras Chaves is a Romance Studies PhD Candidate and Teaching Fellow specializing in contemporary Spanish and Latin American novel, short story, and film. His areas of interest include memory studies, gender studies, decolonial thinking, and metafiction. He is currently writing a doctoral dissertation about historical fiction in Spain after the 2008 financial crisis, with a focus on contemporary reimaginings of the nation’s colonial past.[iconheading type=”h3″ style=”fa fa-book”]Publications[/iconheading]
- Writing Revolution in Latin America: From Martí to García Márquez to Bolaño, Juan E. De Castro. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2019. Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas 53-2 (2020), 330-331.
- McCrack: McOndo, el Crack y los destinos de la literatura latinoamericana, Pablo Brescia y Oswaldo Estrada, eds. Valencia: Albatros (Serie Palabras de América), 2018. Letral 22 (2019), 359-363.
- SPAN 261 – Advanced Spanish in Context
- SPAN 203 – Intermediate Spanish I
- SPAN 105 – Spanish for High Beginners