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Manuel Gutierrez
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies
 
e-mail:Manuel.Gutierrez@rice.edu
 
  • Ph.D. Hispanic Languages and Literatures (2009) University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, Ca.
 
Primary Department
   Department of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Studies
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Department Affiliations
 
  • Department of Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American Studies
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    Research Areas
     Late nineteenth and early twentieth century Latin American Literature. Mexican Literature. Mexican intellectual history and Mexican Art History
     
    Teaching Areas
     19th and 20th Century Mexican Literature
     
    Selected Publications
     Refereed articles
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "José Juan Tablada's Hiroshigué (1914): The Death of José María Velasco and The Revista Moderna." Mexican StudiesSubmitted

     
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez Silva "Eternally Present: Octavio Paz at One Hundred." Revista de Estudios HispánicosSubmitted

     
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "Iconophobia, Iconophilia and Iconoclasm in 1920s Mexican Art Writing." Revista de Estudios HispánicosSubmitted

     
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "Sixty-Three Original Languages: Juan Villoro." Gulf Coast, 27 (2014) : 280-291.

     
     

    Gutierrez, Manuel. "The Novel of the Mexican Revolution". Oxford Bibliographies in "Latin America". Ed. Gloria Yip. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011 http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199766581/obo-9780199766581-0032.xml?print

     
     Articles
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez Silva "Seudónimos, Anónimos y Plagios: Pablo H. Barbieri y la crisis de autoridad a finales del siglo XIX." Gaceta Frontal (2015)


    http://gacetafrontal.com/2015/03/15/ideas-para-el-xix-seudonimos-anonimos-y-plagios-pablo-h-barbieri-y-la-crisis-de-autoridad-a-finales-del-siglo-xix/
     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. “Poder y autoridad: intelectuales del siglo XX”. Literal Vol. 28 Spring (2012).


     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. “Un viaje por Vuelta: Conversación con Malva Flores”. Literal Vol. 29 Summer (2012)


     
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez ""Rethinking the Mexican Intellectual: The Case of Octavio Paz"." LiteralSubmitted

     
     Books
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "Let Us Ignore Our Poets: The Controversy of the Art Writer in Post-Revolutionary Mexico." In Progress

     
     Online books
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "The Novel of the Mexican Revolution." Oxford Online BibliographiesSubmitted

     
     Book chapters
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez Silva "Aesthetic Rivalries in Avant-Garde Mexico: Artwriting and The Field of Cultural Production ." Pierre Bourdieu and the Hispanic World (2016) In Press

     
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez Silva "“La Mirada Desmoderna: Las Artes Visuales en el pensamiento de Roger Bartra.” ." Democracia, Otredad, Melancolia: Roger Bartra ante la critica. (2015) : 334-362.

     
     

    Gutierrez, Manuel "Aesthetic Rivalries in Avant-Garde Mexico: Artwriting and The Field of Cultural Production." Submitted

     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. “La mirada desmoderna: Las artes visuales en la obra de Roger Bartra”. Roger Bartra ante la crítica. México: Era, 2013-2014.

     
     Book reviews
     

    Manuel Gutiérrez "Historias que regresan." Estudios Mexicanos/Mexican Studies (Summer 2015) In Press

     
     

    Revista de Estudios Hispánicos March 2015

     
     

    Gutierrez, Manuel. “Flores, Malva. El ocaso de los poetas intelectuales y ‘la generación del desencanto’ ”. Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 46.3 October (2012)


     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. “Ignacio Sánchez Prado, Naciones intelectuales: Las fundaciones de la modernidad literaria (1917-1959).” A Contra Correinte 9.2 Winter (2012)


     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. “Ortega, Bertin. Utopias inquietantes.” Revistas de Estudios Hispánicos 46.2 March (2012)


     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manul. "Freud in Mexico," Literal Magazine. 

     
     

    Gutiérrez, Manuel. "El ocaso de los poetas intelectuales: a Review," Revista de Estudios Hispánicos. 

     
    Presentations
     Conference Committee Member
     

    Organizer and Coordinator.  "Posada, Velasco, Garcia Cubas: Re-envisioning late 19th and 20th Century Mexican Visual Culture ." Posada, Velasco, Garcia Cubas: Re-envisioning late 19th and 20th Century Mexican Visual Culture , University of Houston/Rice University. (October 2013)

     
     

    Director and Coordinator.  "Global Hispanism Workshop." Intellectuals in Latin America, Rice University. (Spring 2013)

     
     Conference Paper
     

    "Art Writing During Huerta's Reign: José Juan Tablada and Zapatismo." (April 2014)

     
     Invited Papers
     

    "Aesthetics in Transit: Post-Revolutionary Art Writing and the Cross-Border Circulation of Mexican Visual Culture." Latin American Studies Association, Puerto Rico. (May 2015)

     
     

    "Octavio Paz and the Hospitality of Literature." Association Of Comparative Literature of America, (March 2015)

     
     

    Invited to present at Mexican Itineraries for the 21st Century at City University of New York. Lecture was titled “La mirada desmoderna: Las artes visuales en la obra de Roger Bartra.”

     
     

    "“Paris, Madrid, Mexico, New York: The Transatlantic Art Criticism of José Juan Tablada,” Wake Forest University, April 20, 2012.


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    "“The Canonizing Eye: The Art Criticism of Octavio Paz and Carlos Fuentes,” California State University, Los Angeles, May 4, 2012.  


    ." (May 4, 2012)

     
     

    "“The Humorous Eye: Comedy in the art criticism of Salvador Novo, José Juan Tablada, and Luis Cardoza y Aragón.” U.C. Irvine, April 27, 2012.


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    "“The Interrogating Eye: Mexican Poets and Art Criticism in the 20th Century,” Univeristy of Texas, El Paso, March 2, 2012.


    ." (March 2, 2012)

     
     

    "When, Where and How, Modern art came to New York: the art criticism of José Juan Tablada. Moterrey, Mexico." (Fall 2011)

     
     Invited Talks
     

    "Violence and art writing in 1910s Mexico." Cal State San Marcos, San Marcos, California. (March 2015)

     
     

    Present.  "Art Writing in Post-Revolutionary Mexico." Museo Rein Sofía and Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Museo Rein Sofia, Madrid, Spain. (July 12, 2013) With Transatlantic Encounters: avant-garde discourses in Spain and Latin America Conference at the Museo Reina Sophia in Madrid Spain, July 12 2013

     
     

    "José Juan Tablada’s Hiroshigué at One Hundred: the Death of José María Velasco, The End of Decadentismo and the beginnings of the Mexican Avant-garde." Posada, Velasco, Garcia Cubas: Re-envisioning late 19th and 20th Century Mexican Visual Culture , University of Houston. (October 2013)

     
     

    ""Los últimos Zapatistas: el cine de Francesco Taboada Tabone"." Department of Hispanic Studies, Rice University, Rice Media Center. (October 2010)

     
     

    ""Rethinking the Mexican Intellectual: The Case of Octavio Paz"." Department of Hispanic Studies, Rice University. (November 18, 2010)

     
     

    ""Surrealism in the Americas"." Department of Art History, Rice University, Museum of Fine Arts, Huston. (November 6, 2010)

     
     Other
     

    ""The Films of Arturo Ripstein" Rice University, Fall 2011." (Fall 2011)

     
     Panelist
     

    "Manuel Maples Arce: Art Collector and Art writer." Annual UC Mexicanistas Conference University of California, Irvine, UC Irvine. (April 2013)

     
     Session Chair
     

    ""Mexico Past, Present, and Future: A roundtable discussion Commemorating the centennial of the Mexican Revolution"." (November 2010)

     
    Editorial Positions
     Member of the Editorial Board, Gulf Coast. (2014 - 2014)

     Member of the Editorial Board, Gulf Coast Journal. (2015 - 2016)

     Other, Hispanic Studies Review . (2015 - 2016)

     Member of the Editorial Board, Gulf Coast Press. Imprint/University of Houston. (2012 - 2012)

     Member of the Editorial Board, Gulf Coast Journal. University of Houston. (2011 - 2011)

     Member of the Editorial Board, Gulf Coast Journal. University of Houston. (2013 - 2013)

    Supervised Theses & Dissertations
     Luisa Quiroga, Ph.D La familia colombiana en duelo. Representaciones de una nación en crisis . (2014) (Thesis Committee Member)

     Gabriela Barrios, B.A The Literary Public Space: Mexican Literature as Community Narrative. (2016) (Thesis Director)

     Bruno Rios, Phd Literatura del Norte. (2016) (Thesis Committee Member)

     Bruno Rios, Phd Poesia Mexicana de la frontera. (2018) (Thesis Committee Member)

    Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
     Best Teachers of 2014, Baker College (Dec. 2014)

     Junior Faculty Leave, Department of Spanish and Portuguese (Fall 2013)

     Humanities Research Center Faculty Fellowship, Humanities Research Center (Spring 2013)

     Humanities Research Center Teaching Release Fellowship, Humanities Research Center, Rice University (2012)

     President's Research Award, Rice University (2012)

     Presidents Research Award, (Fall 2011)

     Intellectuals in Latin America, Humanities Research Center (Fall 2011)