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Antonio Viego, Associate Professor of Literature

Antonio Viego
Contact Info:
Office Location:  05 Art Museum
Office Phone:  +1 919 668 2687
Email Address: send me a message

Teaching (Fall 2014):

    Friedl Bdg 102, Th 03:05 PM-05:35 PM

PhD in EnglishUniversity of Pennsylvania1999
BASwarthmore College1989

American Literature
Modern and Contemporary
Critical Theory
Latino Studies
Comparative Literature
Cultural Studies
Latin-American Studies
Gender Studies, Feminism, Women Studies, Queer Studies
Psychoanalysis, Psychology
Film, Media and Visual Studies
Critical Theory, Philosophy
Research Interests: Latino/a Literatures, Latino/a Studies, Critical Race Studies, and Gender & Sexuality

Current projects: Psychoanalytic theory and Latino/a Identities/Histories

Latino/a studies, Queer/Lesbian/Gay studies, Twentieth Century American Literatures, Critical Race Theory, Chicana Feminist Theory, Comparative Ethnicities, Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory

Areas of Interest:

Latino/a political and social movements
Latino/a literatures
Queer/Gay/Lesbian Theory
Queer/Gay/Lesbian History


Latino/a • Sexuality • Gender • Psychoanalytic Theory

Current Ph.D. Students  

Recent Publications   (More Publications)

  1. A. Viego, The Madness of Curing, Dossier on Robyn Wiegman's Object Lessons, edited by Zahid R. Chaudhary, Feminist Formations, vol. 25 no. 3 (Winter, 2013), pp. 154-59, The Johns Hopkins University Press, ISSN 2151-7363  [abs]
  2. A. Viego, The Nightgown, Psychoanalysis and Race, edited by Lydia Kerr, CR: The New Centennial Review, vol. 13 no. 3 (November, 2013), pp. 29-52, Michigan State University Press, ISSN 1532-687X  [abs]
  3. A. Viego, "Wounded Chicana Cartographies", in Mapping Latina/o Studies: An Interdisciplinary REaDER (July, 2012), Peter Lang, ISBN 143311156X
  4. A. Viego, "The Life of the Undead: Biopower, Latino Anxiety, and the epidemiological paradox", Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory, vol. 19 no. 2 (July, 2010), pp. 131-148, Routledge
  5. A. Viego, "Hysterical Ties, Chicano/a Amnesia and the Sinthomestiza Subject", Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies (2008)

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