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luis correa-díaz

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* Professor of Spanish
* Academia Chilena de la Lengua
* Real Academia de Ciencias, Bellas Letras y Nobles Artes de Córdoba, Spain

Ph.D., Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.)

Dr. Correa-Diaz has research and teaching interests in Latin American & Spanish Poetry, Critical Theory and Cultural Studies, Human Rights, Science (cosmology) and Literature, and Digital Humanities. He is the author of 1) Novissima Verba: huellas digitales y cibernética en la poesía latinoamericana (RIL Editores/Academia Chilena de la Lengua); 2) Cervantes y/en (las) Américas: mapa de campo y ensayo de bibliografía razonada; 3) Una historia apócrifa de América: el arte de la conjetura histórica de Pedro Gómez Valderrama; 4) Todas las muertes de Pinochet: Notas literarias para una biografía crítica, and 5) Lengua muerta: Poesía, post-literatura & erotismo en Enrique Lihn. Editor of "Poesía digital / electrónica latinoamericana: muestrario creativo y crítico." Co-editor (with Scott Weintraub) of 1) "Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese Literature in the Digital Age (New Technologies and the Literary), 2) Huidobro's Futurity. 21st-Century Critical Approaches / La futuridad absoluta de Vicente Huidobro, 3) Poesía y poéticas digitales/tecnos/multimedia en América Latina: Definiciones y Exploraciones [e-book by Universidad Central, Colombia]; and (with Silvia Nagy-Zekmi) of Arte de vivir: acercamientos críticos a la poesía de Pedro Lastra. His poetry books are: Americana-lcd (2021)metaverse (2021)Haikus nada más (2021), Los Haikus de Gus (2021 y 2020), Maestranza de San Eugenio (2020), Diario de un poeta recién divorciado (2020 y 2005), … del amor hermoso (2019), impresos en 3D (2018), clickable poem@s (2016), Cosmological Me (2010 y 2017), Mester de soltería (2008 y 2006).

Other publications include guest-editions, anthologies, book chapters, articles, notes, reviews, and poems in collective books and several refereed journals in Latin America, Europe and the United States. He has lectured in many universities in the United States, England, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Spain, and Germany. He has been Visiting Professor at the University of Liverpool, Universidad de Playa Ancha (Valparaíso, Chile), the State University of New York-Albany, and Writer in Residence at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Keynote Speaker and invited poet at a) VIII Feria Internacional del Libro (FIL) - Quito, Ecuador, 2015; b) 13 Bienal de Artes Mediales / Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (show: "Estéticas digitales"), Santiago, Chile, 2017; c) Festival Internacional de Poesía, Granada, España, 2018, d) 13 Festival Internacional de Poesía Paralelo O, Quito, Ecuador, 2021, e) Festival Internacional Vicente Huidobro, Santiago, Chile, 2021. 

 

REGULAR COURSES

SPAN 4070 (undergraduate): Latin American Literature/Culture and Human Rights

SPAN 8100 (graduate): Digital Poetry and Poetics

FYOD (undergraduate): Heights of Macchu Picchu by Pablo Neruda: A Literary/Cultural/Virtual Tour

SPAN 8010 (graduate): Digital Humanities and Artificial Intelligence & Literature: Definitions and Explorations/Projections

 

FUTURE OFFERINGS

DIGI/SPAN 4085 (undergraduate): Studies in Electronic Literature and Digital/Cyber Culture

 

POETRY

Archive (new / more), other writings, video-poetry

Web-book (Maestranza de San Eugenio... / San Eugenio Train Yard...)

Anthologies: 1, 2, 3 ...

Interviews: 1, 2, 3, 4 ...

Research Interests:

Digital Poetry & Poetics & Humanities, Cyberculture, Science & Literature & Culture, Human Rights, Posthumanism

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