Professor Rosenberg teaches Latin American literature and culture of the 19th and 20th century, with an emphasis on the history of ideas.
Research interests include critical and post-colonial theory, modernism and modernity, art and performance, and legal topics in the arts.
Courses taught on Hispanic Poetry (Spain and Latin America), Literature and Etnography in Latin America, Latin American Cultural Studies, Latin American Avant-Gardes, among others.
The Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, M.A.
University of Maryland, M.A.
Universidad de Buenos Aires, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Hillel Publication Fund - Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University (2005) (2005)
Latin American Studies Yale University Faculty Curriculum Improvement and Innovations Development Grant (2005) (2005)
Morse Fellowship - Yale University (2005-2006) (2005)
SIAS-National Humanities Center Fellow. New Haven and Berlin (2005 and 2006). (2005)
Whitney Humanities Center Fellow at Yale University (2004-2005) (2005)
SUNY - Binghamton Development Award (2002) (2002)
Fellow - Institute "The Invisible Giant" - Ohio State University (2001) (2001)
School of Theory and Criticism. Cornell University Fellowship (2000) (2000)
Travel Grant Latin American Studies at Johns Hopkins University (2000) (2000)
Circle for Research in the Humanities and Literatures Fellow, Johns Hopkins University (1999) (1999)
Boston University -Migration and Exile Summer Institute Fellow (1998) (1998)
|COML||135a||Before the Law: Justice in Literature and Film|
|EL||94a||Experiential Learning Practicum|
|HISP||111b||Introduction to Latin American Literature and Culture|
|HISP||160a||Culture and Social Change in Latin America|
|HISP||164b||Studies in Latin American Literature|
|HISP||165b||The Storyteller: Short Fiction in Latin America|
|HISP||192b||Latin American Global Film|
|HISP||198a||Seminar in Literary and Cultural Studies|
|USEM||39b||Human Rights in Literature, Film and Performance|