Nathaniel Wolfson is Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Affiliated Faculty of the Program in Critical Theory. He specializes in 20th and 21st-century Brazilian literature, with a focus on poetry and poetics, media studies and critical theory. His research and teaching emphasize comparative approaches, including exchanges between Latin America, the Lusophone world, Europe and the United States; literary theory and criticism; language theory; visual art; the history of technology and media; and architecture and urban studies.
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Brazilian literature and culture, Latin American literature and culture.