Guillermina De Ferrari
Associate Professor, Ph.D., Columbia University
Guillermina De Ferrari teaches Latin American and Caribbean literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She specializes in contemporary Caribbean narrative and Postcolonial theory. Her articles can be found in The Latin American Literary Review, The Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, The Hispanic Review, The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, among others. Her book Vulnerable States: Bodies of Memory in Contemporary Caribbean Fiction is forthcoming at The University of Virginia Press. She is currently working on a book on the topic of friendship and civil societies in contemporary Cuban narrative.