- Anna Dopico
Professor Dopico teaches comparative studies of the Americas as a member of both the Comparative Literature and Spanish and Portuguese Department. She is the author of Houses Divided: Social Crisis and Genealogical Fantasies in Novels of the Americas and Cubanologies: Patriotic Aesthetics, Island Vision, and the
Dialectics of National Culture, and the editor of Jose Marti: Revolution, Politics, and Letters.
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