Daniel E. Balderston

Daniel Balderston joined the University of Pittsburgh in 2008 as Mellon Professor of Hispanic Languages and Literatures. In addition to being the Chair of the Department of Hispanic Languages & Literatures, he is director of the Borges Center, and editor of Variaciones Borges. Before coming to Pitt, he taught at Tulane and the University of Iowa. Dr. Balderston is an expert on Borges, Southern Cone literature, Brazilian literature, and Latin American gender and sexuality studies.

Balderston’s recent publications include:

  • Los caminos del afecto (Instituto Caro y Cuervo, 2015)
  • Kiss of the Spider Woman
  • El deseo, enorme cicatriz luminosa: Ensayos sobre homosexualidades latinoamericanas
  • Borges, realidades y simulacros.

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