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NORA STREJILEVICH
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Crítica sobre su obra

CRÍTICA DE LA LITERATURA HISPANOCANADIENSE
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1. ENSAYOS
1.1. Publicaciones impresas
  • Portella, Edurne. “Cicatrices del trauma: cuerpo, exilio y memoria en Una sola muerte numerosa de Nora Strejilevich”. Revista Iberoamericana 222 (2008): 71-84.
  • Burgess, Jennifer. "La literatura postdictatorial de Chile y Argentina: Carlson, Timerman, Traba y Strejilevich". Journal of Undergraduate Research and Writing. Spring 2004 (p.115-139).
  • Cristina de la Torre. “The translator as Tamer. The Case of Nora Strejilevich’s Una sola muerte numerosa.” Translation Review, No 60, 2000 (37-42).
  • Waisman, Sergio. "Argentine Writers in the US: Writing South, Living North" in Companion to Latino Literature in the US, ed. by Darien Davis and Carlota Caulfield (Boydell & Brewer, 2006).
  • Reati, Fernando.  “Trauma, duelo y derrota en las novelas de ex presos de la guerra sucia argentina.” Chasqui. 33:1. May 2004.
  • Engstrom, David. “Working with Survivors of Torture: Approaches to Helping,” in Families and Society (2004).
  • Breckendrige, Janis. “Una sola muerte numerosa”, Letras Femeninas, 24:1-2.  Spring-Fall 1998: 203-206.
  • Lyn Center, Outlook, Canada's Progressive Jewish Magazine Vol. 42. March / April 2004: 25 & 41.
  • Inés Pardal, "Testimonials of Horror", The Buenos Aires Herald Sunday, September 28, 1997.
  • Javier Palacio, "Una sola muerte numerosa" Lateral. Revista de cultura Año 4. No 31-32. Julio-Agosto 97.
     
      1.2. Ensayo en Internet
  • Débora Sipin. Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics  Florida State University. South Eastern Council on Latin American Studies (2005).
    2. LIBROS
     
  • Displaced Memories: The Poetics of Trauma in Argentine Women’s Writings. In print, Bucknell University Press (expected publication: Spring 2009).
  • Mujeres, literaturas, políticas y compromisos en el Nuevo Milenio: diálogos trasatlánticos. Compilación y prólogo: Ed. Guadalupe Cortina. Editorial Nueva Visión.  Ediciones Nuevo Espacio. 2007
    3. PONENCIAS
  • “Lo inefable en los testimonios femeninos de la represión argentina” by María Graciela Giordano. Dis/locación: Writing Exile, Migrancy/Nomadism/Border Crossing. Concordia University. Montreal, Canada, May 2005.
  • “Resemantizaciones políticas del exilio latinoamericano: el ejemplo argentino” by Nelly Maldonado Escoto (Idem).
  • “Las mujeres desenredan la madeja de la historia argentina. Narradoras del siglo XX” by María del Mar López Cabrales, Symposium. Politics of Oblivion/Writings of Memory. Hood College, April 2005.
  • “Redes de la Memoria: aportes a la reconstrucción de la memoria histórica en Argentina” by María del Carmen Sillato (Idem).
  • “Reflexiones en torno a la ausencia: Las “malas” suturas de la ficción” by Laura Demaría (Idem).
  • “Argentine Women Writing Against the State,” ALFH Panel, upcoming RM/MLA, Scottsdale, Arizona, October 2002.
  • Bob Mayberry. The adaptation process of A Single, Numberless Death. National Theater Conference “Beyond Boal: Art and Community Development Theater for the 21st Century.”  Fall 2001.
  • Janis Breckenridge. “Argentine Women Writing Against the State,” RM/MLA, Scottsdale, Arizona, October 2002.
  • ---“Taking the Stand: Examining the Testimonial Process in Nora Strejilevich’s Una sola muerte numerosa.” XII International Conference of the Asociación de Literatura Hispánica (ALFH). University of Kentucky.  September 2001.
  • --- “Breaking the Penal Code: The Prison Memoirs of Alicia Partnoy, Alicia Kozameh and Nora Strejilevich,” M/MLA, Kansas City, November 2000.
  • ---“Defying the Establishment: Creative Strategies in Women’s Testimonial Fiction,” Global Justice/Women’s Rights, Southern Connecticut State U, October 1999.
  • ---“The Representation of Torture in Women’s Novels from the Southern Cone,” Investigating and Combating Torture U of Chicago, March 1999.
  • ---“Rethinking the Writer, the Reader, and the Critic in Hispanic Women’s Writing,” Lexington, Kentucky, September 2001.
  • ---“The Representation of State Repression and Torture in Women’s Novels from the Southern Cone,” Investigating and Combating Torture: Explorations of a New Human Rights Paradigm, University of Chicago, March 1999.
  • Fernando Reati. “Trauma y nuevas memorias de prisión en los 90: A fuego lento de Mario Paoletti y Una sola muerte numerosa de Nora Strejilevich.”  (“Trauma and new memories of prison in the 90s”). Latin American Studies Association, XXII International Congress.  Session: Reconstructing memory: Argentine literature in the ‘90s. Miami, March 2000.
  • Bob Mayberry.  “A Single, Numberless Death, Testimony and Play.”  Festival 2000. Memory, Gender, and Representation.  Grand Valley State University.  Michigan.  March 2000.
  • “Defying the Establishment: Creative Strategies in Women’s Testimonial Fiction.” (Global Justice/Women’s Rights Conference, Southern Connecticut State University), October 1999.
  • Carmen Tisnado. “Una sola muerte numerosa: del testimonio ficcionalizado al testimonio autobiográfico” (A Single, Numberless Death: from the fictionalized to the autobiographical testimony). VII Congreso Costarricence de Filología Lingüística y Literatura Universidad de Costa Rica, San José, October 1997.
  • Cox, Victoria. “Memoria y escritura: dos autoras argentinas narran sus testimonios de prisión y violencia”.  LASA.  Guadalajara, Mexico, October 1997.
    4. RESEÑAS
  • Roberto Rivera V. "El arte de no olvidar. Literatura testimonial en Chile, Argentina y Uruguay entre los 80 y los 90". Le Monde Diplomatique. 3 de Julio, 2008.
  • Griselda Zuffi. "El arte de no olvidar. Literatura testimonial en Chile, Argentina y Uruguay entre los 80 y los 90". Mora. Revista del Instituto Interdisciplinario de Estudios de Género (IIEGE). Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. No 15, 2009.
  • Griselda Zuffi. "El arte de no olvidar. Literatura testimonial en Chile, Argentina y Uruguay entre los 80 y los 90". Hispamérica 36:108, 2007: 127.
  • Gonzalo Contreras, Nora Strejilevich: "Una sola muerte numerosa". Letralia Tierra de Letras. La revista de los escritores hispanoamericanos en Internet. Febrero de 2007.
  • Roberto Forns-Broggi. Strejilevich, Nora. El arte de no olvidar. Literatura testimonial en Chile, Argentina y Uruguay entre los 80 y los 90. Buenos Aires: Catálogos, 2006. 152 pp. Chasqui 35.2 (2006): 174-177.
  • Janis Breckendrige. A Single, Numerous Death by Nora Strejilevich. Letras Femeninas 29.1 (2003): 244-6.
  • ---. Confluencia: Revista Hispánica de Cultura y Literatura / September 22, 2003.
  • ---. “Taking the stand: examining the testimonial process in Nora Strejilevich's Una sola muerte numerosa.” Sept. 22, 2003.
  • María del Mar López-Cabrales. Hispamérica 30:89. Aug. 2001: 119-120.
  • Ileana Rodríguez. “Quedarme conmigo. No dejarme sola ni por casualidad.  Memoria, historia.
  • Victoria Cox. Hispanic Journal, 21: 1.  Fall 1998: 103-104.
  • Cynthia Tompkins. Feministas Unidas. 17:2. Fall 1997: 30.
     
    5. TRADUCCIONES
  • A Single, Numberless Death (translation by Una sola muerte numerosa by Cristina de la Torre, in collaboration with the author). Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2002.
  • “Inventario” (“Inventory” transl. By Joan Lindgren)  in Ellipse: Textes littéraires canadiens en traduction / Canadian Writing in Translation: Argentina-Canada, 73, Winter (2004-2005).
  • “Too Many Names,” in Taking Root: Narratives of Jewish Women in Latin America. Columbus: Ohio U P, 2002 (translation from a non published Spanish version).
     
    6. ENTREVISTAS
     
    7. TESIS DE GRADO
  • Daniela Opitz:  “The crisis of the narrative instance: monologicity and dialogicity in Jacobo Timerman, Prisoner without a name, cell without a number and A Single, Numberless Death.” University of Bielefeld, Germany (M.A. thesis completed by 2005).
  • Nelly Maldonado Escoto. "Escrituras de la memoria: narrativa argentina de la posdictadura". Tesis. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2003.
  • Marlene Hamra Sasson. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). “Memoria y literatura: sobre Una sola muerte numerosa.” (2003).
    8. USO DE SU OBRA
      8.1. En clases y seminarios
  • Appalachian State University. Department of Foreign Languages. Boone, NC. “Latin American Women Writers. Fall 2009. Prof. Victoria Cox, Fall 2009.
  • Concordia U. (Montreal), Departmenf of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics. El curso SPAN 470 (sobre testimonio) incluye la obra Una sola muerte numerosa. Prof._Lady Rojas Benavente,_invierno de 2009.
  • California State U (CSU), Northridge. Dept. of English. “Dispatches From Argentina's Dirty War.” Course “The Politics of Violence.” Prof. Ian Barbard. February 23, 2009.
  • Amherst College. “Arte y Derechos Humanos.” Course: Spanish 35: “Arts and Human Rights in Latin America.” Prof. Lucia Suarez. March 6, 2008.
  • Hampshire College. “Women's Resistance after Genocide: The Argentine Case.” Nov. 29, 2007.
  • University of Massachusets. Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies. “Women Movements after Genocide: The Act of Memory.” November 27, 2007 (& March 13, 2008).
  • Yeshiva University Museum, NY. “From Darkness to Life” (A panel discussion on the Dissappeared). October 30, 2007.
  • Mt Holyoke College. Five Colleges Women Studies’ Centre (FCWSC). “Women Healing after Genocide: The Argentinean Case.” October 2007.
  • Ithaca College. Visiting Scholar. Cursos de Prof. Annette Levine. April 16-20, 2007.
  • U of Madison Wisconsin. “Beyond the Language of Truth: Memory, History, and Testimony.” Writers Series “In the Name of Difficult Words: The Ethics, Poetics, and Time of Testimony,” March 2007.
  • Leighi U. Diaspora: Re-imagining Cultural Space. College of Arts and Sciences. Project "Beyond the Language of Truth: Testimony and Exile after Survival," and Course on Testimony, Dr. Edurne Portela. Spring 2007.
  • Centro Cultural La Raza. Opening of play Death by Survival, by Elizabeth Ruiz, directed by Dori Salois. San Diego, CA. May 13, 2005.
  • SDU. HNRS 310: “Rupture and Conflict: Literature and Politics of the Southern Cone.” Prof. Alejandro Meter. Fall 2005.
  • Hood College. Course: LAS 250 Bearing Witness: Testimonial Narratives in the Americas. Prof. Griselda Zuffi. Spring 2005.
  • San Diego State U. LATAM 499 - “Social Economic Development in Latin American Literature.”  Prof. V. Jones-Wagner. Fall 2004.
  • ----. LatAm 580. “Socio-Economic Problems in Latin American Literature. Prof. V. Jones-Wagner, SDSU. Fall, 2004.
  • ----. SDSU. School of Social Work. “International Social Work and Social Welfare.”  .  Prof. David Engstrom. Fall 2004.
  • U of San Francisco (USF). Latin American Studies. “Latin American Perspectives.”  Prof. Susana Kaiser.  Fall 2004.
  • Hood College “Latin American Testimonio: Denunciation and Contestation.” Spring 2003.
  • Hood College. “Honors 302. Third World Development in Latin America.” Prof. Griselda Zuffi.  Fall 2002.
  • Hood College. “Fiction and Politics.”  Frederick, Maryland.  November 2001.
  • New York U in Buenos Aires. “On Violence and Writing.” Buenos Aires, Argentina.  April 2001.
  • Franklin & Marshall College, Pennsylvania. “Writing About Catastrophe: Testimonial Literature in Argentina.”  March, 2001.
  • New York U in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Course:  “Topics in Latin American Literature and Culture.  Representing Violence in Southern Cone Literature.” Prof. Judith Filc. Spring 2001.
  • Franklin & Marshall College. Course:  “Literature of Exile.” Prof. Carmen Tisnado. Spring 2001.
  • Course: HNRS 310: Rupture and Conflict: Literature and Politics of the Southern Cone. SDU. Professor Alejandro Meter (Fall 2005).
  • Course: LAS 250 Bearing Witness: Testimonial Narratives in the Americas. Hood College. Prof. Griselda Zuffi (Spring 2005).
  • Course:  LATAM 499 - “Social Economic Development in Latin American Literature”. SDSU.  Professor V. Jones-Wagner (Fall 2004).
  • Course:  “Language, Literature and Human Rights” SDSU.  Prof. Strejilevich. (Fall 2004).
  • Course:  “International Social Work and Social Welfare.”  School of Social Work. SDSU. Professor David Engstrom (Fall 2004).
  • Course:  “Testimonial Literature” (Span 502). SDSU.  Prof. Strejilevich. (Fall 2002).
  • Course:  “Latin American Perspectives.”  Latin American Studies (2003-2004).  Prof. Susana Kaiser.  University of San Francisco (Fall 2004).
  • Waterloo University, Ontario, Canada. U of Waterloo. Dept. of Spanish and Latin American Studies.
  • Course: Span 400. Contemporary Testimonial Literature. Prof. Maria del Carmen Sillato.  (Fall 2003).
  • Course:  “Honors 302. Third World development in Latin America.” Prof. Griselda Zuffi.  Hood College. (Fall 2002).
  • Course:  Latin American Testimonio: Denunciation and Contestation. (Spring 2003).
  • Course:  Cultural Responses to Human Rights Violations. Hood College Prof. Griselda Zuffi (Fall 2001).
  • Course:  “Contemporary Latin American Literature of the 20th century (since 1998)”, and seminar:  “Authoritarianism and Narrative.” Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, & Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico City.  Prof. Sandra Lorenzano (Spring 2001).
  • Course:  “Topics in Latin American Literature and Culture.  Representing Violence in Southern Cone Literature.” New York University in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Prof. Judith Filc. Lecture (Spring 2001).
  • Course:  “Literature of Exile.” Franklin & Marshall College. Prof. Carmen Tisnado.  (Spring 2001).
  • Course:  “Cultural Responses to Human Rights Violations: The Case of Argentina’s Dirty War.”  U of Chicago. Prof. Janis Breckenridge (Fall 2001).
  • Course:  “Testimonial Texts.” American University.  Prof. Alicia Partnoy (Fall 1997).
      8.2. En teatro y cine
  • A Single, Numberless Death, adapted by Bob Mayberry New International Plays vol.2 Roger Ellis, Editor (Colorado: Meriwether Publishing, LTD, 2004).
  • Performance: Grand Valley State University Theater and Tour through Michigan, in 2002. Two Meritorious Achievement Awards from Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KC/ACTF).“
  • Nora, a film by Fabio Grimaldi & Stella di Tocco (Rome, 2005).

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