Publications

Publications

Books

Sole author. Brazilian Science Fiction: Cultural Myths and Nationhood in the Land of the Future Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2004. 288 pp. Ficção científica brasileira: mitos culturais e nacionalidade no país do futuro.Translated by Roberto de Sousa Causo. São Paulo: Devir, 2005. 296 pp.

Recommended Reading List for Non-Fiction:Locus: Magazine of the Science Fiction and Fantasy World, 529 Feb: 2005 http://www.locusmag.com/2005/Issues/02RecommendedReading.htm

Nominated for the MLA Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize by Bucknell University Press, 2005

Co-edited volume

with J. Andrew Brown. Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2012. 241pp.

Articles and Book Chapters on Literature

“Simios, ciborgues y réptiles: oviparidad en obras de escritoras latinoamericanas de ciencia ficción y fantasía.” Revista Iberoamericana, Vol. LXXXIII, Núms. 259-260, Abril-Septiembre 2017. 645-656.

“Machado’s Tales of the Fantastic: Allegory and the Macabre.” Emerging Dialogues on Machado de Assis, New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2016. Ed. Lamonte Aidoo and Daniel F. Silva. 211-222.

“The Amazon in Brazilian Speculative Fiction: Utopia and Trauma.” Alambique: Revista académica de ciencia ficción y fantasia / Jornal acadêmico de ficção científica e fantasía: 3.1 (2015). Web. http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/alambique/vol3/iss1/3

O presidente negro [The Black President]: Eugenics, Race and Gender in the Brazil’s Corporate State.” Black and Brown Planets: The Politics of Race in Science Fiction. Ed. Isiah Lavender III, ed. University of Mississippi Press, 2014. 131-145.

“A política dos ciborgs no México e na América Latina” [“The Politics of Cyborgs in Mexico and Latin American”]. Semina: Ciências sociais e humanas 34. 2 (2013): 161-172. Londrina, Paraná. http://www.uel.br/revistas/uel/index.php/seminasoc

“A Paradigm of the Tropical: Brazil in Anglo-American Science Fiction and Fantasy.” Science Fiction Studies 40.2 (Dec. 2013): 316-334.

“Weaving Webs of Intrigue: Rubem Fonseca’s A grande arte as a Work of Analytic Crime Fiction.” Hispania 96.4 (July 2013): 712-723.

The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, ed. John Clute.http://sf-encyclopedia.co.uk/?p=latamspain, André Carneiro -Roberto de Sousa Causo, Gastão Cruls, Fausto  Cunha-Menotti Del Picchia, Monteiro Lobato, Braulio Tavares. Jan. –Mar   2013.

“Introduction.” Co-authored with J. Andrew Brown. Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2012. 2-15.

“Science Fiction and Metafiction in the Cinematic Works of Brazilian Director Jorge Furtado.” Article co-authored with Alfredo Suppia. Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2012. 203-223.

“Teaching Latin American Science Fiction: A Case Study.” Teaching Science Fiction. Edited by Peter Wright and Andy Sawyer, Palgrave McMillan, 2011. 179-2011

“Um garimpo no monte de sucata pós-moderno: o pós-humano na ficção científica brasileira.” Translated by César Silva. Anuário Brasileiro de Literatura Fantástica 2009. São Paulo: Tarja. 2010. 153-160.

“Transgendering in Brazilian Speculative Fiction from Machado de Assis to the Present.” Luso-Brazilian Review 47.1 (2010): 40-60.

“Discovering and Re-discovering Brazilian Science Fiction: An Overview.” Co-authored with Roberto de Sousa Causo. Extrapolation 51.1 (2010): 13-39.

Introduction and story translation: “Finisia Fideli: Finding the Female Voice in Brazilian Science Fiction” and “The Resurrection of Lazarus” a story by Finisia Fideli. Femspec Vol 10.1 (2009): 66-82.

Interview with Argentine Fantasy Author Liliana Bodoc: Introduction, and Translation from Spanish, Femspec Vol. 9.1 (2008): 20-28. 16

“The Body Politic in Brazilian Science Fiction: Implants and Cyborgs.” New Boundaries in Political Science Fiction, edited by Donald Hassler and Clyde Wilcox, University of South Carolina Press, 2008.   198-211. 15

“A cidade pós-moderna.” Trans. Ramiro Giroldo. Em Volta do Mundo em Nove Artigos e um Conto. Ed. Edgar Cézar Nolasco, Rodolfo Londero. Corumbá: Ed. UFMS, 2007. 113-34.

“Chronology of Latin American Science Fiction.” Co-authored with Yolanda Molina-Gavilán, Miguel Ángel Fernández Delgado, Luís Pestarini, Andrea Bell, and Juan Carlos Toledano. Science Fiction Studies 34.3 (2007): 369-431. (Brazil section). 13

“Do implantado ao ciborgue: o corpo social na ficção científica brasileira.” Revista Iberoamericana octubre-diciembre 221 (2007): 787-99. 12

“Recent Brazilian Science Fiction and Fantasy Written by Women.” Foundation 36 (99: Spring 2007) 49-62. Reprinted in Strange Horizons: 23 September 2013.    http://www.strangehorizons.com/2013/20130923/2ginway-a.shtml

“Globalizando e abrasileirando O Senhor dos Anéis.” Anuário Brasileiro de Literatura Fantástica 2005. Cesar Silva e Marcello Simão Branco, eds. Sao Bernardo do Campo-SP: Edições Hiperespaço, 2006. 182-188. 10

“A Working Model for Analyzing Third World Science Fiction: The Case of Brazil.” Science Fiction Studies (32.3) (2005): 467-94. 9

“Chico Buarque sob a ótica internacional.” Co-authored with Charles Perrone and Ataíde Tartari. In Chico Buarque do Brasil: textos sobre as canções, o teatro e a ficção de um artista brasileiro. Rinaldo Fernandes, org. Rio de Janeiro: Garamond-Biblioteca Nacional 2004. 211-216.

“Vampires, Werewolves, and Strong Women: Alternate Histories or the Re-writing of Race and Gender in Brazilian History.” Extrapolation 44.3 (2003): 283-95.

“Fictional Trends in Brazil Under Military Rule.” The Brazil Reader. Ed. Robert Levine and John J. Crocitti. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1999. 248-253. 6

“Nation Building and Heroic Undoing: Myth and Ideology in Bom-Crioulo.” Modern Language Studies 28.3, 4 (1998): 41-56.

Iaiá Garcia: romance de transição na obra machadiana.” Hispania 78.1 (1995): 33-42.

“The Metaphor of Engineering in J. Veiga and Murilo Rubião.” Brasil/Brazil 9 (1993): 46-56.

“Traços do discurso épico em Iracema de José de Alencar.” Homenagem a Alexandrino Serverino. Ed. Margo Milleret and Marshall C. Eakin. Austin, TX: Host Press, 1993. 135-47.

“Surrealist Benjamin Péret and Brazilian Modernism.” Hispania 74.3 (1992): 543-53.

In Press

Machado’s Tales of the Fantastic: Allegory and the Macabre. 15 pp. For volume Emerging Dialogues on Machado de Assis, under contract with Palgrave McMillan, Daniel Silva and Lamonte Aidoo, eds Submitted June 2015.

“Simios, ciborgues y réptiles: oviparidad en obras de escritoras latinoamericanas de ciencia ficción y fantasía. Revista Iberoamericana, submitted March 2014

“Mitos de Amazonia y Atlántida en la ciencia ficción brasileña.” Submitted to a volume of essays: Mundos Alternativos: Ciencia Ficción y literatura de fantasía en América latina y la Península ibérica. Iberoamerikanisches Institut, Berlin, Germany, Submitted Feb. 2014

“A Eugenia, a Mulher e a Literatura Utópica no Brasil 1909-1929” for a volume titled: “Cartografias para a Ficção Científica Mundial” ed. Alfredo Suppia, São Paulo: Alameda.   Submitted July 2013. 15 pp. w. notes.

Work in progress:

Book manuscript: The Body in Brazilian and Mexican Science Fiction.”