Country:

Santiago de Cuba, 1981

General Presentation:

Born in 1981 in Cuba, is an Assistant Proffesor of Literary Theory and Criticism at University of Havana and Joint Researcher at the Centre for Caribbean Studies of Casa de las Américas.

Main works

Editor of Dédalo, review of cuban young writers and artists, is a PhD candidate with a research about the literary construction of Havana city in the cuban novel during the last two decades, and its multiple connections with cuban novel mainstream and with several phenomena and discourses implied in the construction of cuban identities. He also developed research on Caribbean thought and literature in the XXth and XXIth centuries.

Published several articles in cuban and foreign reviews. As co-author published the anthology Saint-John Perse, por los caminos de la tierra (Casa de las Américas-Confluences Caraïbes, 2008). He has published articles about Caribbean authors like Saint-John Perse, Aimé Césaire, Jacques Roumain, Nicolás Guillén, Edouard Glissant, Juan Bosch, etc. He was invited to the I Congress of Caribbean Writers, in Guadalupe (2008) and to the VIIth Caribbean Reasonings Conference “Freedom and Power in the Caribbean: the Work of Gordon K. Lewis”, hosted by the University of the West Indies at Mona, Kingston, Jamaica (2010).

@La Médiathèque Caraïbe

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