Humanities Building, Room 219
Professor — On Sabbatical, Fall 2014
20th century Latin American literatures and cultures, race relations and Mestizo cultures, literature of protest movements and subversion in the Andes
Neill Hall 218
Galo F. González teaches and researches primarily twentieth century Latin American literatures and cultures. His research includes the literature of social protest movements in Latin America, race relations and Mestizo cultures through the study of Latin American narrative, the literature of subversion in the Andean Region as well as the literature of subaltern cultures, which is an approach to the study of Latino literature in the U.S. Professor Gonzalez's most recent book is La Isla de Oro: Un Relación Californiana (Universitas Castellae, 2005). He has also published various articles on the works of Juan Rulfo, José de la Cuadra, Natasha Salguero, Alejandro Moreano, Mario Vargas Llosa, and other Latin American authors.
MA (Spanish Literature): University of California at Los Angeles
PhD (Spanish Literature): University of California at Berkeley