Modern Poetics and Hemispheric American Cultural Studies.  New York:  Palgrave Macmillan (Studies of the Americas Series), 2009.


Forthcoming Articles

“Re-Mapping the Space Between:  Sovereignty, Globalization, and Media Representation in Rio de Janeiro.”  Cartographies of Place:  Ways of Representing the Urban, ed. Michael Darroch and Janine Marchessault.  Montreal:  McGill-Queen’s University Press.  Forthcoming.

Refereed Journal Articles

“Mariátegui y la poética de ‘tierra.’”  Revista de estudios hispánicos, 44.2 (Junio 2010):  295-316.

“Intermedial Maps:  The Street as Site of Cultural-Political Regulation in Modern Brazil.”  Intermédialités. Histoire et théorie des arts, des lettres et des techniques (Special issue, “Bâtir / Build,” ed. James Cisneros and Will Straw), 14 (Automne 2009):  143-170.

“Speculations on Unicity:  Rearticulations of Urban Space and Critical Theory during Global Economic Crisis.”  CR:  New Centennial Review 9.2 (2009):  109-138.

“Axes of Projection:  Poetics of Urbanisation and Globalisation in the Americas.”  The Journal of Architecture, 13.5 (2008):  607-631.

“The ‘New Original’ English Translation of Vicente Huidobro’s ‘Altazor.’”  Translation Review, No. 71 (2006):  61-65.

“Obverse Colonization:  São Paulo, Global Urbanization, and the Poetics of the Latin American City.”  Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 15.3 (December 2006):  281-300.

“Alternative Functions:  João Cabral de Melo Neto and the Architectonics of Modernity.”  Luso-Brazilian Review, 43.1 (July 2006):  65-93.

“Alternative Functions:  Oscar Niemeyer and the Poetics of Modernity.”  Modernism/Modernity, Vol. 12, No. 2 (April 2005):  253-72.

“Manners of Mistranslation:  The Antropofagismo of Elizabeth Bishop’s Prose and Poetry.”  CR:  New Centennial Review 3.1 (2003):  297-327.

Book Chapters

“Unicity.”  Telemorphosis:  Theory in the Era of Climate Change, Vol. 1, ed. Tom Cohen.  Ann Arbor, MI:  Open Humanities Press (Imprint of MPublishing/University of Michigan Library), 2012.  121-147.

“Topofilia Porteña:  Imaging Buenos Aires and Modernity in (and around) the Journal Sur.”  Spectatorship and Topophilia:  Reading Early Modern and Postmodern Hispanic Cultures, ed. David R. Castillo and Bradley J. Nelson.  Nashville:  Vanderbilt University Press (Hispanic Issues HIOL), 2012.  113-136.

“Eulalia in Utopia:  Urban Space, Modernity, and Gendered Typologies in Rubén Darío and Hilda Hilst.”  The Utopian Impulse in Latin America, ed. Kim Beauchesne and Alessandra Santos.  New York:  Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.  107-128.

Antropofagismo and the Cannibal Logic of Inter-American Studies.”  How Far Is America from Here?:  Proceedings of the International American Studies Association First World Congress.  Paul Giles, Theo D’haen, Djelal Kadir, and Lois Parkinson Zamora, eds.  Amsterdam: Rodopi Publishers, 2005.  159-172.

Book Reviews

Novas:  Selected Writings of Haroldo de Campos, ed. Antônio Sérgio Bessa and Odile Cisneros (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2007).  Ellipsis: The Journal of the American Portuguese Studies Association, Volume 6 (2008):  145-148.

Urban Imaginaries: Locating the Modern City, ed. Alev Çinar and Thomas Bender (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007).  Modernism/Modernity, Vol. 15, No. 2 (April 2008):  416-417.

Aesthetics of Equilibrium: The Vanguard Poetics of Vicente Huidobro and Mário de Andrade by Bruce Dean Willis (West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2006).  Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, 32.2 (Invierno 2008):  388-90.


“Los gigantes de siete leguas en las botas:  Carta a Alberto Moreiras,” trans. Beatriz Ramírez Betances.  Revista Cruce,  December 2011.


Mário de Andrade.  “A Very Interesting Preface” (excerpts).  Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry, ed. Cecilia Vicuña and Ernesto Livón-Grosman.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2009.



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