Emily Hind

Associate Professor

Areas of Interest/Research

  • Mexican Studies (Literature, Film, Culture, Politics, History)
  • Latin American Literature and Film
  • 20th- and 21st- Century Critical Approaches within the Interdisciplinary Humanities

Background

Emily Hind’s latest book is Dude LitMexican Men Writing and Performing Competence, 1955-2012 (2019, University of Arizona press). She has published three other books: one about 20th- and 21st-century Mexican women intellectuals and two books of interviews. She has a contract with Peter Lang for a book of interviews with editors and authors of children’s and YA Mexican literature. Dr. Hind completed a Fulbright award to teach and study with the Universidad Veracruzana in Xalalpa, Mexico in June 2015, which complements her previous three years as faculty in Mexico City with the Universidad Iberoamericana. She has won the Top Lit Prof in Spanish from the grad students at UF twice, and in 2005 she won the Feministas Unidas Essay Prize with an article on Rosario Castellanos, published in Letras Femeninas. Hind is the book review editor for the journal Chasqui. She has written numerous articles on Mexican literature and film, with concentrations on topics such as disability studies, children’s literature, pirates and celebrity culture, and the genre of the essay. Living writers studied in her recent projects include Julián Herbert, Carlos Velázquez, Carla Faesler, Alberto Chimal, María Baranda, María Rivera, Guadalupe Nettel, Vivian Abenshushan, Mario Bellatin, Sabina Berman, Carmen Boullosa, Bernardo Esquinca, Guadalupe Loaeza, Cristina Rivera Garza, and many more. Her current articles contemplate the intersection of fast and slow violence, and ask whether the “narco” can include petroculture under the rubric of dark ecology. She is currently developing literary and cultural studies coursework on the notion of “PetroMexico.”

Guest lecturers to the Department whose talks related to Hind’s coursework:

[slated] Spring 2020, Mexican author Cristina Rivera Garza

Fall 2019, Mexicanist critic Laura Torres Rodríguez, New York University

Spring 2019, Mexicanist critic Sophie Esch, Rice University

Spring 2018, Crack Writers Jorge Volpi, Pedro Ángel Palou, Eloy Urroz, and the Mexican author Laury Leite

Fall 2017, Mexicanist critic Rebecca Janzen, University of South Carolina

Spring 2017, Mexicanist critic Laura Gutiérrez, University of Texas, Austin

Fall 2016, Mexicanist critic Ignacio Sánchez Prado, Washington University; Mexican novelists and poets Carla Faesler.and Carmen Boullosa; Puerto Rican novelist and short story writer Mayra Santos Febres.

Spring 2016, Mexican author Karen Chacek and Mexicanist scholar Sara Potter, University of Texas, El Paso.

Fall 2015, Mexican author Luis Felipe Lomelí and Mexicanist scholar Ilana Luna, Arizona State University.

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Contact Information

Email: ehind@ufl.edu
Phone: (352) 392-5897
Office: 362 GRI

Office Mailing Address
170 Dauer Hall
PO Box 117405
Gainesville, FL 32611

Office Hours 2010

lunes 4:05-4:35

martes 3:00-5:00

miércoles 4:05-4:35

 

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