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  • Marilia Librandi Rocha

    Marilia Librandi Rocha

    Assistant Professor of Iberian and Latin American Cultures

    BioA native of São Paulo, and with a PhD in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature from the University of São Paulo, Marília Librandi-Rocha has been Assistant Professor of Luso-Brazilian Literature and Cultures at Stanford University since 2009.  She is the author of Maranhão-Manhattan. Ensaios de Literatura Brasileira (7 Letras, Rio de Janeiro, 2009) and the editor of Poemas-Vida (2008), an anthology of poems by Jacob Pinheiro Goldberg. She is currently completing her next book-length project, "Writing by Ear: Clarice Lispector and The Aural Novel." With her Stanford colleague Vincent Barletta, she is co-Executive Editor of the Journal of Lusophone Studies (formerly ellipsis) and co-director of the digital collaborative project, Sense & Sound.