Will H. Corral


Will H. Corral (Ecuador) received his PhD from Columbia University. In 2014 he held the Cátedra Abierta Roberto Bolaño in Chile’s Universidad Diego Portales, and he has taught in American and Spanish universities.  A Distinguished Fulbright Researcher in Argentina and Ecuador, he is the author of books on Monterroso, Vargas Llosa, Bolaño and world literature, and theory of the Spanish American novel.  His books on criticism include Condición crítica (2015) and El error del acierto (contra ciertos dogmas latinoamericanistas) (2006; Spanish edition in 2013). With Daphne Patai, he compiled the seminal Theory’s Empire (2005), Book of the Year in Criticism for The Times Literary Supplement, and the subject of a book (Framing Theory’s Empire) and more than 17 reviews, including in The Wall Street Journal.  His most recent book is Discípulos y maestros 2.0: Novela hispanoamericana hoy (2019).


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