Germán Garrido’s Profile

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Germán Garrido
Pronouns
He/him/his
Academic Interests
My research explores the links between literature and LGBTQ activism in Latin America, with a focus on the Southern Cone from the 1960s through the 1990s. I am specifically interested in the ways in which queer communities plotted their own planetary coordinates beyond national culture and territory through novels, poems, chronicles as a result of their displacement from their homeland’s norms and imaginaries. I also researches how different Latin(x) American LGBTQ movements interacted with one another, the transnational networks they developed, and the kind of cosmopolitics/internationalism they engaged in. Queer theory, transnational studies, Latin American literatures and cultures
Department
Modern Languages
Academic Program
Spanish, A.A.

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