Contributors
DANIEL BALDERSTON
is Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Tulane Univer-
sity. His most recent books are Out of Context: Historical Reference and the Repre-
sentation of Reality in Borges and a translation of Ricardo Piglia's Artificial Respira-
tion (both from Duke University Press) and (coedited with Donna J. Guy) Sex and
Sexuality in Latin America.
EMILIE BERGMANN
is Professor of Spanish at the University of California,
Berkeley, specializing in gender studies in early modern Spain and Spanish Amer-
ica. She is coauthor of Women, Culture, and Politics in Latin America
(1990)
and
coeditor, with Paul Julian Smith, of JEntiendes? Queer Readings, Hispanic Writings
(Duke University Press,
1995).
ISRAEL BURSHATIN
is William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Spanish at Haverford
College. He has published numerous studies on the cultural role of Moriscos and
Moors in medieval and Golden Age writing, including "The Moor in the Text:
Metaphor, Emblem, and Silence," in Henry Louis Gates Jr., ed., Race, Writing, and
Difference
(1986),
and, most recently, "Playing the Moor: Parody and Performance
in Lope de Vega's El primer Fajardo," in PMLA (May
1992).
He is currently work-
ing on a book-length study of the trial of Eleno de Cespedes.
BRAD EPPS
is Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard Uni-
versity. He has written and published on Spanish, Latin American, French, and
Catalan literature, film, and art from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His
publications include Significant Violence: Oppression and Resistance in the Narra-
tives of Juan Goytisolo
(1996).
He is currently working on two books: one on
modern Spanish culture, and another on gay and lesbian writing in Spain, Latin
American, and
u.s.
Latino cultures.
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