“New Worlds in the ‘New World’: Science-Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror in Contemporary Latin American Narrative and Culture” (Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies)

Event time: 
Friday, March 3, 2023 - 8:30am to Saturday, March 4, 2023 - 1:00pm
Luce Hall 203 (34 Hillhouse Avenue) See map
Event description: 

This two-day workshop will enable a group of outstanding scholars in the emergent field of studies of Latin American science-fiction, fantasy, and horror to reflect on the current state of the field and to continue discussing some of the significant questions posed by these forms of storytelling. 


Anibal González (Organizer), Yale University

Yuri Herrera, Tulane University / Wesleyan University

Antonio Córdoba, Manhattan College

J. Andrew Brown, Washington University in St. Louis

Carolyn Fornoff, Cornell University

Luis Cano, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Erica Durante, Brown University

Amalia Gladhart, University of Oregon

Debbie Castillo, Cornell University

Emily Maguire, Northwestern University

Libby Ginway, University of Florida

Rachel Haywood, Iowa State University

David Dalton, University of North Carolina at Charlotte