Jairo Hoyos Galvis

Assistant Professor
Hispanic Studies

Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh
M.A. Univeristy of Pittsburgh
M.A. Universidad de los Andes

Jairo Antonio Hoyos Galvis is Assistant Professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies, and Director of the Latina/o Studies Program. His area of specialty is 20th-century Latin American and Latinx cultural, gender and literary studies, with a focus on transnational histories of art, science, and sexuality—more specifically, the relationship between art and gender in Latin American and US Latinx artistic communities.

Publications

  • “‘Conservo estas impertinencias’: las lecturas gongorinas de Jorge Luis Borges”. Variaciones Borges 39 (2014): 104-23.
  • “‘Pidiendo estilo y aciertos para los errores’: reflexiones sobre un primer manuscrito de Juntacadáveres.” With Daniel Balderston, Mercedes Dollard, Rodolfo Ortiz and Sebastián Urli. Lo que los archivos cuentan 3, a Journal of the National Library of Uruguay (2014): 153-190.
  • “¿Cómo casi sobrevivo a un gran amor? La traducción como testimonio en José Manuel Arango.” Poéticas de la Traducción Ed. Francia Elena Goenaga. Bogotá: Ed. Universidad de los Andes- Siglo del Hombre Editores, 2012. 45-54.
  • Review of Culture and Revolution: Violence, Memory, and The Making of Modern Mexico by Horacio Legrás in Revista Iberoamericana.
  • Review of Translating the Queer: Body Politics and Transnational Conversations by Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba in Revista Iberoamericana.
  • Review of The Unfinished art of Theater. Avant-Garde Intellectual in Mexico and Brazil by Sarah Townsend in Revista de Estudios Hispánicos.