Deborah Paredez

425 Hamilton Hall

Office Hours :
Tuesday and Wednesday 1pm-2pm
Deborah Paredez
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Writing, School of the Arts

Deborah Paredez is a poet and scholar. She is the author of the poetry collections, This Side of Skin (Wings Press 2002) and Year of the Dog (BOA Editions 2020), and the critical study, Selenidad: Selena, Latinos, and the Performance of Memory (Duke 2009), winner of the 2011 Chicana/o Studies Association Book Award Honorable Mention and the 2010 Latin American Studies Association Latino Studies Book Award Honorable Mention. Her poetry and essays have appeared in The New York TimesLos Angeles Review of BooksBoston Review, and elsewhere. She is the co-founder of CantoMundo, a national organization dedicated to Latinx poets and poetry. Professor Paredez received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University.

Deborah Paredez
Deborah Paredez
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Writing, School of the Arts

425 Hamilton Hall

Office Hours :
Tuesday and Wednesday 1pm-2pm

Deborah Paredez is a poet and scholar. She is the author of the poetry collections, This Side of Skin (Wings Press 2002) and Year of the Dog (BOA Editions 2020), and the critical study, Selenidad: Selena, Latinos, and the Performance of Memory (Duke 2009), winner of the 2011 Chicana/o Studies Association Book Award Honorable Mention and the 2010 Latin American Studies Association Latino Studies Book Award Honorable Mention. Her poetry and essays have appeared in The New York TimesLos Angeles Review of BooksBoston Review, and elsewhere. She is the co-founder of CantoMundo, a national organization dedicated to Latinx poets and poetry. Professor Paredez received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University.

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