Dr. Juan Camilo Galeano Sánchez

Dr. Juan Sanchez Galeano

Dr. Juan Camilo Galeano Sánchez
Visiting Assistant Professor

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Spanish. Department of Romance Languages and Literatures. University of Cincinnati. Dissertation Title: “The Male Outlaw: An Intersectional Approach to Identities in Novelas de La Violencia Written by Women”.
  • Graduate Certificate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. University of Cincinnati.
  • M.A. in Literary Hermeneutics. Department of Sciences and Humanities. Universidad Eafit, Colombia. Completion: Fall 2011.
  • B.A. in Law. School of Law and Political Sciences, Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, Colombia. Completion: Spring 2006.

PUBLICATIONS

EDITED VOLUMES

  • (2014) “‘The Date at the Sheraton’ Epitome of Mise en Abyme, Ekphrasis, and Perversion in Mario Vargas Llosa.” Efrén Giraldo, Liliana López (Eds.), Dos Tintas. Medellin: Fondo Editorial Universidad Eafit.
  • (2011) With Carlos Andres Salazar Martínez “Childhood: A Perspective From Self-Figuration and Self-Representation in Dario by Hernando Téllez.” Memorias, XVII Congreso de la Asociación de Colombianistas, Narrar Colombia, Colombia Narrada. Bucaramanga: Universidad Industrial de Santander, División de Publicaciones.

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • (2017) “Hope, Faith, and Charity: Foundations for A (New) Nation in Soraya Juncal’s Jacinta y la violencia”. Estudios de Literatura Colombiana, Universidad de Antioquia.
  • (2016) “The unification of language as a resistance device in La Guaracha del Macho Camacho by Luis Rafael Sánchez.” Revista Ístmica UNA, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica. In Spanish.
  • (2015) “The Essay of National Identity: Its Challenges and the Case of Nosotros by Luis López de Mesa.” Catedral Tomada 2 (3), 183. In Spanish.
  • (2015) “The Magic and the Mystique: Insanity as a Representation of Female Pleasure in La Celestina and La Mujer Doble”. LL Journal (10), 1. In Spanish.
  • (2012) “Female, Cultural, and National Identities in Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros.”  Revista de Educacion y Pensamiento (19), 184. In Spanish.
  • (2012) “About ‘Oración por la Paz’ by Jorge Eliécer Gaitán.” Conflicto y Sociedad (1), 6. In Spanish.
  • (2011) “Essay as a Genre: Self-Figuration and Self-Representation of Childhood in Diario by Hernando Téllez.”Estudios de Literatura Colombiana (29), 99. In Spanish.
  • (2011) “Rethinking María: Slavery, Anti-Semitism, and Machismo in Jorge Isaacs’s Novel.” Ratio Juris, 6 (13), 17. In Spanish.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • (2014) La Mejor Villana. A Play. New Drama in Spanish Digital Repository. Langsam Library,  University of Cincinnati.

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • The Male Outlaw: An Intersectional Approach to Identities in Novelas de La Violencia Written by Women. Dissertation Fellow Presentation, humanities NOW Graduate Conference, The Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, 2017.
  • The Good and the Bad Queer: A Comparative Approach to Self-Fictions by Fernando Vallejo and Reinaldo Arenas. QueerCon, University of Cincinnati, 2016.
  • Being Borderland, A Device Against Essentialization. humanitiesNOW Graduate Conference, The Charles Phelps Taft Research Center, 2016.
  • De Casaloca a Casablanca: la historia del barrio Laureles en Fernando Vallejo. The City: Voices and Creations. XXI Annual HLBLL Graduate Student Conference, The Graduate Center – CUNY, 2016.
  • Sexuality, Politics, and Religion: Socio-Audiovisual Representations of Fernando Vallejo in the Film ‘La Virgen de los Sicarios.’ 35th Cincinnati Conference in Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati, 2015.
  • Shame, Rage, Dystopia: Venezuela in 'Blue Label/Etiqueta Azul' by Eduardo Sánchez Rugeles. KFLC. The Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Conference, University of Kentucky, 2015.
  • Antioquia and Its Irresistible Power: A Character Rather Than a Vivid Space in Fernando Vallejo’s Works. SLLC Graduate Student Conference, University of Maryland, 2015
  • The Princess’ a Feminist Paradox in “Putas Asesinas” by Roberto Bolaño. Rereadings: intellectual, literary and cultural exchange in Luso- Hispanic world, Tulane University, New Orleans, 2014.
  • The Construction of the Femme Fatale Figure in Contemporary Latin American Literature.” 34th Cincinnati Conference on Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Cincinnati: 2014.
  • The Magic and the Mystique: Insanity as a Representation of Female Pleasure in ‘La Celestina’ and ‘La Mujer Doble.’ XL Congreso Instituto Iberoamericano de Literatura Iberoamericana: La literatura Iberoamericana entre dos orillas, El Colegio de México, México D.F: 2014.
  • La familia Minetti y la familia Barletta: ficción y difamación en “Memorias de una dama” de Santiago Roncagliolo, I Seminario Internacional de Narrativas, Universidad Eafit, Medellín: 2013.
  • Homosexuality, Disidence, Prosecution, Keys for a Reading of Reinaldo Arenas’s ‘Antes Que Anochezca’. III Congreso Internacional de Literatura Latinoamericana, Mesa de Literatura y Género, Universidad Santo Tomás, Bogotá: 2012.
  • El pensamiento global desde la identidad regional. "Nosotros" de Luis López de Mesa. X Jornadas Andinas de Literatura Latinoamericanas, Universidad del Valle, Cali: 2012.
  • El matrimonio homosexual: ¿avance jurisprudencial o utopía social?. Catedra Abierta Versión XX, Universidad de San Buenaventura, Bello: 2010.
  • La disforia de género: una mirada desde el Derecho Comparado. Cátedra Abierta Versión XIX, Universidad de San Buenaventura, Bello: 2009.