The American Studies Lecture Series presents:
A talk by George Yúdice, Professor and Chair of Modern Literature and Language at the University of Miami, on “The Conundrums of Latino Media”
Talk: November 17, 3-4:30PM SUB 3rd Floor - Fiesta room
Brown Bag: November 18, 12-1PM SUB 3rd Floor - Acoma Room A&B
This event is sponsored by the American Studies Department with support from the Latin American Iberian Institute.
Please contact Rebecca Schreiber (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
George Yudice is Professor and Chair of Modern Literature and Language at the University of Miami. He was recently Director of the Title VI Center for Latin American Studies at New York University. He is the author of Vicente Huidobro y la motivación del lenguaje poético (Buenos Aires, 1977); Cultural Policy, co-authored with Toby Miller (Sage Publications, 2002); The Expediency of Culture (Duke UP, 2004). He is also co-editor (with Jean Franco and Juan Flores) of On Edge: The Crisis of Contemporary Latin American Culture (University of Minnesota Press, 1992) and co-editor of the “Cultural Studies of the Americas” book series with the University of Minnesota Press. He has been an editor of the journal Social Text and is currently an advisory editor for Cultural Studies, Found Object, and Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.