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My research belongs to the broad field of Latin American literary and cultural studies. In my work I analyse the intrinsic link between literary production on the continent and social, political and material conditions. Since the early s my research has focused on Mexico, in particular on the cultural production in its northern border region.
My work in this field centres on three key considerations: My current project centres on the historical evolution of the Mexican narconovela from a subversive regional discourse in the s—written in opposition to the Mexican government and Mexican mainstream culture—to a commodity sold on the global cultural market in the XXI century.
Some indicators of the wider social relevance of my work: We acknowledge the Bedegal people who are the traditional custodians of the lands on which UNSW Kensington campus is located.
Associate Professor Diana Palaversich – Arts & Social Sciences – UNSW Australia
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Associate Professor Diana Palaversich. Senderos de la postmodernidad latinoamericana From Macondo to McOndo: La figura del narcotraficante’, in Lopez Baldano C ed. Ensayos sobre narrativas contemporaneasCorregidor, Buenis Aires, pp.
Navegando el noroeste con Gabriel Trujillo’, in Guedea R ed. Una mirada oceanica a la cultura hispanicaedn. First, Alfaguara, Palaversixh, pp. Lik narko-bosa u kolumbijskim telenovelama’, Etnoantropoloski Problemivol. Moviendo fronteras de la literatura mexicana’, Symposium – Quarterly Journal in Modern Literaturesvol. Homosexuality and political dissidence in the narrative of Reinaldo Arenas and John Rechy’, Hispanofilapp.
Un flaneur en Tijuana’, Literatura Mexicanavol. Social stigma, homosexual panic and violence in Latin American writing’, Chasqui – Revista de Literatura Latinoamericanavol.