Shiffman Humanities Center, 113
DegreesStanford University, Ph.D.
University of Cambridge, M.Phil.
Macalester College, B.A.
Expertise20th- & 21st-Century Latin American Literature and Culture; Comparative Media; Colonial Latin American Studies
ProfileMy research focuses on 20th and 21st century Latin American literary and media history, and on colonial Latin American studies. Within these fields, I am particularly interested in exploring historical changes in dimensions of texts and artworks that antecede or transcend meaning and representation, such as the materiality of print and other media, and the emotional effects of narrative forms.
|HISP||111b||Introduction to Latin American Literature and Culture|
|HISP||163a||The Latin American Boom and Beyond|
|HISP||167b||Twice-Told Tales: Colonial Encounters and Postcolonial Fiction in the Americas|
|HISP||175b||Contemporary Latin American Fiction|
|HISP||194b||Borderland Literature and Visual Culture in Latin America and the United States|
|HISP||198a||Seminar in Literary and Cultural Studies|
Awards and Honors
Gates-Cambridge Scholarship, University of Cambridge (2005)
Arellano, Jerónimo. "Writing on the Desert: Latin American Narrative and the Materiality of Media Forms." Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 46. 3 (2012): 405-425.
Arellano, Jerónimo. "From the Space of the Wunderkammer to Macondo’s Wonder Rooms. The Collection of Marvels in Cien años de soledad." Hispanic Review 78. 3 (2010): 369-386..
Arellano, Jerónimo. "Minor Affects and New Realisms in Latin America." Journal of Latin American and Iberian Studies 16. 2/3 (2010): 91-106.