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 Vania Barraza Toledo received her B.A. from the Universidad Austral de Valdivia, Chile, her M.A from the Catholic University of America, and completed her Ph.D. at the University of Arizona. Her research interests include Latin American literature and culture, with special focus in film studies, and women’s writing and gender studies. She has published articles and essays in academic journals, and literary magazines, such as Revista Signos, M/MLA, Letras Femeninas, and Hispanorama; and has contributed with editorial collaboration in AJHCS, Revista Alpha, and SLAPC. Vania Barraza Toledo is the author of (In)subordinadas: raza, clase y filiación en la narrativa de mujeres latinoamericanas (Santiago de Chile, RIL Editores, 2010), a study on women’s bonds and divisions as represented within Latin American female writers.

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