Fatima Nogueira

Fatima Nogueira

Associate Professor of Spanish

Phone
901.678.2507
Email
nogueira@memphis.edu
Fax
901.678.5338
Office
Jones Hall 201B, Memphis, TN 38152
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About Dr. Nogueira

Fátima R. Nogueira is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at The University of Memphis with a specialization in 20th Century Latin American literature. She received her PhD from Vanderbilt University. Her publications include thirteen articles in academic journals and three book chapters. She has presented twenty-seven papers at national and international professional meetings and been the chair for four sessions in the field of Latin American Studies. She is currently working on a book addressing the issue of post modernity in the work of Lispector, Bolaño, and Valenzuela.

Some of her representative articles are:

Desplazamientos de visibilidades y decibilidades en 'Simetrías'". Texto, contexto y postexto: Aproximaciones a la obra literaria de Luisa Valenzuela. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2010.311-329

"Deconstrucciones laberínticas: Lispector y Valenzuela (Deconstructing Labyrinths: Lispector and Valenzuela)." Amaltea: Revista de mitocrítica 1 (2009): 203-13

""Rhizomorphic Writing in Roa Bastos's Short Stories" (Chapter 5). The Role of Postmodernism in Latin American Literature: The Life and Works of Augusto Roa Bastos. Ed. Helene Carol Weldt-Basson. New York: Palgrave Mac Millan, 2010. 81-111.

"Confluencia de perspectivas psicoanalíticas y sociales de las sexualidades en "El búho que dejó de latir" de Enrique Jaramillo Levi". Istmo: Revista Virtual de Estudios Literarios y Culturales Centroamericanos 19 (July-dec 2009): n. pag. Web. 06 Oct. 2009.

"Modernidade e tradição no "país do desconcerto": uma leitura sociocultural de Memórias sentimentais de João Miramar". Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies. 12 (2008):45-63.

"Tiempo e historia en "La pesadilla de Honorio": la transformación moderna de la experiencia onírica". Káñina: Revista de Artes y Letras de la Universidad de Costa Rica. 31.2 (2007): 21-31.

" 'El sueño de Rapiña' de Carlos Reyles: Crítica de la modernidad y contrapunto temporal". Alpha: Revista de Artes, Letras y Filosofía. (25, 2007): 41-55.

"A representação da cidade como corpo na obra satírica de Gregório de Matos" Luso-Brazilian Review (42.2, 2005): 1-14.