Of mice and (of) men: Phonological influences on the omissibility of French ‘de’ in coordination (a talk by Dr. Kie Zuraw)
Download flyer. Abstract: In English "pieces of tomatoes and of carrots" and "pieces...
Professor of Spanish,
Head of Spanish Section
MA, University of Pittsburgh
PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Alicia Borinsky is a fiction writer, poet and literary critic who has published extensively in English and Spanish in the United States, Latin America and Europe. Her most recent books are Low Blows/Golpes Bajos (short fictions), Frivolous Women and Other Sinners (poetry), both published bilingually, and One Way Tickets: Writers and the Culture of Exile (literary criticism). She is the recipient of several awards, including the Latino Literature Prize for Fiction and a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship. Her research interests include the theory and practice of literary translation, trans-national cultural studies, contemporary gender and literary theory, Latino literature and the legacy of the Latin American avant-garde from Huidobro to Borges and the writers of the “Boom” to the present. She is the Director of the Summer Cultural Studies Program in Buenos Aires.