Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes

Nombre: 
Lawrence
Apellidos: 
La Fountain-Stokes
Categoría profesional: 
Associate Professor of Spanish / Director, Latino/a Studies Program
Hispanista Emérito: 
No
Universidad/Centro de investigación: 
University of Michigan
Departamento/Centro: 
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan [ver información del centro].
País: 
Estados Unidos
Estado: 
1
Trabajos publicados: 
1999. «1898 and the History of a Queer Puerto Rican Century: Imperialism, Diaspora, and Social Transformation». CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies 11(1): 91-110.

1999. Culture, Representation, and the Puerto Rican Queer Diaspora. Tesis doctoral (Ph.D. dissertation), Columbia University, New York.

2002. «Dancing La Vida Loca: The Queer Nuyorican Performances of Arthur Avilés and Elizabeth Marrero». En Queer Globalizations: Citizenship and the Afterlife of Colonialism, ed. Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé and Martin Manalansan, IV, 162-75. New York: New York University Press.

2002. «De un pájaro, las dos alas: Travel Notes of a Queer Puerto Rican in Havana». GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 8(1-2): 7-33.

2003. «Tomboy Tantrums and Queer Infatuations: Reading Lesbianism in Magali García Ramis's Felices días, tío Sergio». En Tortilleras: Hispanic and U.S. Latina Lesbian Expression, ed. Lourdes Torres and Inmaculada Pertusa-Seva, 47-67. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

2004. «De sexilio(s) y diáspora(s) homosexual(es) latina(s): El caso de la cultura puertorriqueña y nuyorican "queer"». debate feminista [Mexico] 15(29): 138-57.

2004. «Naturezas Extravagantes: Sobre Patos Porto-Riquenhos, Veados Brasileiros, e Outros Bichos Raros». En Imagem e identidade: Estudos da homocultura, ed. Denilson Lopes, Berenice Bento, Sérgio Aboud, and Wilton Garcia, 309-18. São Paulo: Nojosa Edições.

2005. «Cultures of the Puerto Rican Queer Diaspora». En Passing Lines: Sexuality and Immigration, ed. Brad Epps, Keja Valens, and Bill Johnson González, 275-309. Cambridge, MA: David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies and Harvard University Press.

2005. «Entre boleros, travestismos y migraciones translocales: Manuel Ramos Otero, Jorge Merced y El bolero fue mi ruina del Teatro Pregones del Bronx». Revista Iberoamericana 71(212): 887-907.

2005. «Pop-Shock: Shifting Representations of Diasporic Puerto Rican Women's Queer Sexualities in U.
Asociaciones a las que pertenece: 
American Studies Association. Desde el año 2001.[http://www.georgetown.edu/crossroads/asainfo.html]American Comparative Literature Association, de 2001 a 2002.[http://www.acla.org/]Association for Theater in Higher Education.[http://www.athe.org/]Caribbean Studies Association, desde el año 2005.[http://www.caribbean-studies.org/]Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, CUNY.[http://web.gc.cuny.edu/clags/index.html]Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Modern Language Association (MLA) Puerto Rican Studies Association[http://www.puertorican-studies.org/]
Hispanista: 
Si