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Rebecca E. Biron joined the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Program in Comparative Literature at Dartmouth in 2006, after having taught at the University of Miami, Emory University, and the University of Iowa. Her research and teaching interests focus on Latin American literary and cultural studies, literary theory, gender studies, and Mexican cultural criticism. She has published widely on the relationship between narrative and violence as it pertains to masculinity, Latin American urban history, and Mexican literature and film. Professor Biron served as Dartmouth's Dean of the College from 2015-2018. She has chaired the Dartmouth program in Latin American/Latino/Caribbean Studies. She directed the degree programs in Latin American Studies, was Faculty Coordinator of Interdisciplinary Studies, and was Associate Master of Pearson Residential College at the University of Miami. She serves on the editorial boards of the Latin American Literary Review, Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures, and Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea.
City/Art: The Urban Scene in Latin America, editor. Duke University Press, 2009.
Murder and Masculinity: Violent Fictions of 20th Century Latin America. Vanderbilt University Press, 2000
2015 “Holographic Buenos Aires: Urban Memory and New Technologies of Envisioning” Technology, Literature, and Digital Culture in Latin America: Mediatized Sensibilities in a Globalized Era. Eds. Matthew Bush and Tania Gentic. Forthcoming, Routledge
2013 “Writing Cities.” Revista hispánica moderna 66.1 (June): 89-97.
2013 “Pasajes de la (in)seguridad: circuitos del miedo en la Ciudad de México.” Utopías urbanas: Geopolíticas del deseo en América Latina. Ed.Gisela Heffes. Frankfurt/Madrid: Editorial Iberoamericana, Vervuert Verlag: 87-111.
2012 “It’s a Living: Hit Men in the Mexican Narco War.” PMLA 127.4 (October): 820-834.
2012 “El abecedario urbano: entre la semiótica y la filología en la Ciudad de México.” Revista hispánica moderna 65.2 (December): 153-164.
The Geopolitics of Form: 21st Century film trilogies in the Americas (Book manuscript)