Ricardo Andrés Guzmán | Faculty
Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Affiliated Faculty, Latino Studies, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Office: GISB 2159
Ph.D. Spanish, University of Arizona, 2013
M.A. Latin American Studies, University of Arizona, 2007
B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies, Appalachian State University, 2004
- U.S. Latina/o and Latin American literature and culture
- Border studies
- Political theory
- "Oscar 'Zeta' Acosta and Generic Politics: At the Margins of Identity and Law." The New Centennial Review 16.2 In press.
- “Criminalization at the Edge of the Evental Site: Undocumented Immigration, Mass Incarceration, and Universal Citizenship.” Theory & Event 19.2 (2016)
- "From Highways to High-Rises: The Urbanization of Capital,
Consciousness and Labor Struggle in Ken Loach's Bread and Roses."
Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 16 (2012): 101-118.
- HISP S695: Neoliberalism, Immigration, Criminalization
- HISP S588: U.S. Latina/o Literature
- HISP S435: Literatura Chicana y Puertorriqueña
- HISP S413: Hispanic Cultures in the U.S.
- HISP S328: Introduction to Hispanic Literature
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS:
- "From the Politics of Citizenship to Citizenship as Politics: On
Universal Citizenship, Nation, and the Figure of the Undocumented