Viviana Plotnik

Oglethorpe Faculty

Viviana P. Plotnik

Professor of Spanish (Division VIII Chair) Office: Hearst 303

B.A., Universidad de Belgrano-Argentina
M.A., University of Minnesota
Ph.D., New York University

Teaching & Research Interests:
Southern Cone and Central American narrative of the 20th and 21st centuries. Literature, film, and politics in Latin America. Human rights and Latin American literature and film. Gender and Latin American literature and film.

Conference Presentations

  • “Gender, Middle Class, and Civilian Complicity in the novel El colectivo by Eugenia Almeida” (in Spanish). XXVIII Annual Congress of the International Association of Female Hispanic Literature and Culture (AILCFH). Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. November 9-11, 2017.
  • “Stockholm Syndrome and Gray Zone: the Collaborator in Chilean Fiction” (in Spanish). 20th Annual Conference on the Americas. Armstrong State University, Savannah, GA, February 10-11, 2017.

Published Papers