Emily Garcia
Emily
Garcia
Ph.D.
Associate Professor, English. Affiliate Faculty: Latina/o/x & Latin American Studies; Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies
English
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5563
Expertise
Early American Literature and Culture, Latina/o/x Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies
Courses Taught
ENGL 479 US Latina/o Literature
ENGL 471 Studies in the American Novel
ENGL 380 Multicultural Literature in America
ENGL 369 US Latina/o Literature and Culture
ENGL 365 Caribbean Literatures
ENGL 362 US Fiction: Traditions and Counter-Traditions
ENGL 361 Development of the American Novel
ENGL 349 Gloria Anzaldua: Deep Dive
ENGL 345 Practical Criticism
ENGL 313 American Literary Renaissance: 1830 - 1860
ENGL 301 Contemporary LGBTQ+ Literature
ENGL 219 American Literature: 1865 to Present
ENGL 218 American Literature: Beginnings to 1865
ENGL 210 WIP: Methods for English Majors
ENGL 203 World of Fiction
ENGL 102 Writing II
LLAS 391 Capstone: Internship in Latina/o/x & Latin American Studies
LLAS 353 Latino Diversities
LLAS 201 WIP: Culture and History of US Latinos
WGS 360 Queer Theory
ZHON 192 Introduction to the Humanities
Research Interests
Literature and Revolution, Colonialism and Anti-Colonialism, Translation, The Novel
Education

Ph.D., English, University of Florida

Selected Publications

“Interdependence and Interlingualism in Santiago Puglia’s El desengaño del hombre (1794)” Early American Literature 53:3 (October 2018) p. 745 – 772.

“On the Borders of Independence: Manuel Torres and Spanish American Independence in Filadelfia.” Latino/a Studies and Nineteenth-Century America.”  Ed. Jesse Alemán and Rodrigo Lazo. New York: NYU Press, 2016. 71-88.

“Novel Diplomacies: Henry Marie Brackenridge’s Voyage to South America (1819) and Inter-American Revolutionary Literature.” Literature in the Early American Republic 3 (April 2011) p. 145 – 171

“‘The cause of America is in great measure the cause of all mankind’: American Universalism and Exceptionalism in the Early Nation.” American Exceptionalisms, Ed. Sylvia Söderlind and Jamey Carson. Albany: SUNY Press, 2011. p. 51 – 70.

“Roundtable: Critical Keywords in Early American Studies,” Co-edited and Introduction with Duncan Faherty. Early American Literature 46:3 (Fall 2011) pp. 601-602; pp. 603-632.

Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-5563
Office Hours
Fall 2020
Virtual (Zoom/Meet/Phone) TR 4-6 p.m. or by appointment. Current students/advisees, use NEIUstar (on NEIUport) to schedule appointments.
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