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Sandro Barros

Associate Professor of Modern Languages


Sandro R. Barros is Associate Professor of Modern Languages at DePauw U. He came to Greencastle in 2009, after teaching at the U. of Michigan, Western Illinois U., and West Texas A & M U. He earned his B.A. in Music and Spanish and his Ph.D in Romance Languages and Literatures with a dissertation on current representations of Latin American marginality in foreign literary markets. Sandro has published articles on Reinaldo Arenas, Cervantes, Paulo Lins, and Fernando Vallejo. His current interests include critical/resistance pedagogies and the political implications of Latino literature in the U.S. curriculum. He is the author of "Competing Truths in Contemporary Latin American Literature: Narrating Otherness, Marginality, and the Politics of Representation" (Floricanto Press, 2010).