Faculty at the School of Arts and Humanities
The Edith O'Donnell Institute of Art History /
Center for Translation Studies /
Center for U.S.-Latin America Initiatives
The Edith O'Donnell Institute of Art History / Center for Translation Studies / Center for U.S.-Latin America Initiatives
Areas of Specialization: Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin American literature, intellectual history, and visual art; critical theory; translation studies
Office: JO 5.516
Mail Station: JO 31
Email: [email protected]
The Limits of Identity: Politics and Poetics in Latin America. University of Texas Press, 2015 (Border Hispanisms Series).
"Nuestroamericanism." Iberian Postcolonialities: A Metahistory of Material Practices of Power, edited by Alberto Moreiras and José Luis Villacañas. Forthcoming 2015, Wiley-Blackwell.
"Silence Is Meaningful." (with Ilan Stavans). The Buenos Aires Review (2015).
"The Memory Turn in Latin America." Política Común (2014).
"From Posthegemony to Pierre Menard." Nonsite (2014).
"Translation and Politics Revisited." Translation Review 83 (2012).
"The Limits of 'Nuestra América.'" Revista Hispánica Moderna 63.2 (2010).
Recent Courses: View courses taught by Charles Hatfield
Ph.D., Romance Languages and Literatures, Johns Hopkins University, 2007
B.A. Hons., Spanish, University of Toronto, 2000
Curriculum Vitae: Charles Hatfield's CV