Guillermo Irizarry

Associate Professor


Education

PhD in Hispanic Literatures – University of Texas at Austin

Areas of Expertise

Latin American, Caribbean, and US Latina/o Literature and Culture. Ethnic studies in an American (hemispheric), context, and diaspora studies.

Bio:

Guillermo Irizarry is Associate Professor of Spanish and Puerto Rican/Latina/o Studies at UConn, Storrs. He has held faculty appointments at Bucknell, Brown (Visiting), Massachusetts at Amherst, and Yale. His book, José Luis González: el intelectual nómada (2006), was awarded Puerto Rico’s highest honor for a humanities scholar: “Best Research and Criticism Book” by the Academy of Literature of Puerto Rico. He has published on Latina/o and Latin American cultural production in late modernity, “Post-national Discursive Technologies in Exquisito Cadáver” (Centro), “Cadavers Encountered” (Latino Studies), and “Standing in Cultural Representation” (inThe Politics of Performing Latin American Theatre), among other essays.

Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information
Emailguillermo.irizarry@uconn.edu
Phone+1 860 486 3314
Office LocationOak 228
Office HoursTuesday/Thursday 12:15-2:45