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 Topic: Transsexual/Transgender Narratives in the Americas

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metropo  



Joined: 23 Aug 2005
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Interests: queer theory, inter-american literatures, comparative literature
Physical Location: Portland, Oregon

Posted: 23 Aug 2005, 3:16 pm    Post subject: Transsexual/Transgender Narratives in the Americas Reply with quote

Hello,

I am prof. currently doing research on transgender and transsexual narratives in the Americas. A great deal of published research comes from the Anglophone world. I am looking for narratives written in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English from the Americas. My research parameter is specific to the Americas. Thank you for your time and information.—best, óscar fernández, Asst. Prof. Spanish & Comparative Literature, Portland State University, Oregon.
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asafi  



Joined: 22 Aug 2005
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Physical Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Posted: 26 Aug 2005, 12:07 am    Post subject: Re: Transsexual/Transgender Narratives in the Americas Reply with quote

Hi Oscar
I´m not pretty sure I´ve understood properly what you mean with transgender narratives. The titles I´ll be suggesting are two major novels which feature trans characters -even though their authors were not so.
El lugar sin limites by Jose Donoso.
De donde son los cantantes by Severo Sarduy.

I´ll be posting again if I am able to remember other ones.
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Alejandro


metropo wrote:
Hello,

I am prof. currently doing research on transgender and transsexual narratives in the Americas. A great deal of published research comes from the Anglophone world. I am looking for narratives written in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English from the Americas. My research parameter is specific to the Americas. Thank you for your time and information.—best, óscar fernández, Asst. Prof. Spanish & Comparative Literature, Portland State University, Oregon.

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asafi  



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Posted: 26 Aug 2005, 12:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Oh yeah, sure!

Stella Manhattan by Silviano Santiago (Brazilian author)
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