Guillermo Garcia-Corales

Guillermo Garcia-Corales
Professor of Spanish
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Research/Teaching Interests

  • Contemporary Latin American narrative

Education

Ph.D., Hispanic Literature, University of Colorado at Boulder

M.A., Latin American Literature, University of Notre Dame

Courses Taught at Baylor

  • Exploring the Spanish-Speaking World (SPA 2320)

  • Latin American Literature, 1880 – Present (SPA 3356)

  • Latin American Short Story (SPA 4372)

  • Literary Theory/Research/Writing (SPA 5302)

Selected Publications

  • “Chilean-American Writing since September 11, 1973.” A History of Chilean Literature. Ed. Ignacio López-Calvo. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021.

  • “Nostalgia, extravío y carnavalización en La casa de Dostoievsky.Confluencia: Revista hispánica de cultura y literatura 31.1 (2015): 42-55.

Biography

Guillermo Garcia-Corales is a professor of Latin American literature at Baylor University. He is the author of the books El neopolicial latinoamericano y la crónica del Chile actual en las novelas de Ramón Díaz Eterovic (coauthored with Mirian Pino, 2008); El debate cultural en la literatura chilena actual: Un diálogo con cinco generaciones de escritores (2007); Dieciséis entrevistas con autores chilenos contemporáneos: la emergencia de una nueva narrativa (2005); Imageries of Deception in Chilean Novels of the 1990s (coauthored with Cecilia Ojeda, 2004); Poder y crimen en la narrativa chilena contemporánea (coauthored with Mirian Pino, 2002), and Relaciones de poder y carnavalización en la literatura chilena contemporánea (1995). He has also published over thirty articles on contemporary Latin American literature.