Anne Freeland

Anne Freeland
Graduate Student Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Institute for Comparative Literature and Society

Profile

Ph.D. in Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Columbia (2017); M.A. in Humanities and Social Thought, New York University (2009); B.A. in English Literature, McGill (2007)

Research and teaching interests: Latin American cultural production and political discourse, intellectuals of the left, Antonio Gramsci, translation, justice studies

Selected publications:

Towards a History of the National-Popular in Bolivia (translation with afterword of René Zavaleta Mercado, Lo nacional-popular en Bolivia) (Seagull Books, 2017)

“The Gramscian Turn: Readings from Brazil, Argentina, and Bolivia” (A Contracorriente, 2014)

“Cordial Democracy: The Family and the State in Raízes do Brasil” (Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 2013)

“Subalternity and the National-Popular: A Genealogy of the Concepts from Gramsci to Latin American Subaltern Studies,” Past and Present: New Insights into Gramsci’s Philosophical, Historical, and Political Thought, edited by Francesca Antonini, Lorenzo Fusaro, Aaron Bernstein, and Robert Jackson (Brill, 2017)

Courses taught at Columbia:

Primary Texts of Latin American Civilization
Hispanic Cultures II: Enlightenment to the Present
Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures
Rapid Reading and Translation
Intermediate Spanish II
Elementary Spanish I

Courses taught at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility:

Hispanic Civilization
Contemporary Social Theory
Classical Social Theory