Cristina Rivera Garza

Cristina Rivera Garza

Scholar, Author


Cristina Rivera Garza is an interdisciplinary scholar and an award-winning cross-genre author. Recent publications include The Taiga Syndrome, translated by Suzanne Jill Levine and Aviva Kana; The Iliac Crest, translated by Sarah Booker; and Había mucha neblina o humo o no sé qué. As a distinguished professor of Hispanic studies, she founded the first PhD in creative writing in Spanish at the University of Houston. Currently the William H. Bonsall Visiting Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University, she holds a PhD in Latin American history.

Cristina Rivera Garza是跨學科學者兼獲獎跨類型作家,近作包括《The Taiga Syndrome》(Suzanne Jill Levine 及 Aviva Kana 譯)、《The Iliac Crest》(Sarah Booker 譯)和《Había mucha neblina o humo o no sé qué》。她是美國休士頓大學西班牙裔研究學科的知名教授,並在該校開設了第一個西班牙語創意寫作博士課程。她持有拉丁美洲歷史博士學位,同時是史丹福大學人文學科客席教授。

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