Lázaro Lima is a Research Fellow at the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies. He is a specialist in U.S. Latino cultural and literary history, Latino politics, and gender and sexuality studies. Lima's books include The Latino Body: Crisis Identities in American Literary and Cultural Memory (NYU Press, 2007); Ambientes: New Queer Latino Writing, co-edited with Felice Picano (University of Wisconsin Press, 2011); and Losing Sonia Sotomayor: An American Life After Multiculturalism (forthcoming from the University of Houston/Arte Público Press). His interdisciplinary work on hemispheric intellectual history has also appeared in American Literary History, Journal of Transnational American Studies, Revista Iberoamericana, The Wallace Stevens Journal, A Contracorriente, Hispanic Review, and many other journals and edited collections.
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