The journal is delighted to announce that as of volume 51 we will have new editors in chief. Luz Horne (Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Fernando J.Rosenberg (Brandeis University) will begin transitioning into the role in 2023.
About our new editors:
Luz Horne. Before joining San Andrés, she was an Assistant Professor at Cornell University and a Visiting Assistant Professor at Northwestern University. Her book, Literaturas reales.Transformaciones del realismo en la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea, examines the links between words and images in the construction of a realist aesthetics in contemporary Argentinean and Brazilian narrative. She has published several articles on literature, photography and documentary film and she is currently editing a book manuscript on the place of materiality in different aesthetic-anthropological experiences from mid-twentieth century Brazil to the present, exploring a new type of conceptual imagination in conflictive relationship with Modernism.
Fernando J. Rosenberg is associate professor in the department of Hispanic studies and comparative literature at Brandeis University. He teaches modern and contemporary Latin American literatures and cultures, film, performance, and visual culture, from various regions and from an hemispheric perspective. Research interests include critical and post-colonial theory, modernism and modernity, visual art and performance, human rights and legal topics in the arts, environmental issues. He is the author of The Avant-Garde and Geopolitics in Latin America and After Human Rights.