Galo F. Gonzalez teaches and researches primarily twentieth century Latin American
literatures and cultures. His research interests include race relations and Mestizo
cultures through the study of Latin American narrative, the literature of subversion in
the Andean Region, and the literature of subaltern cultures, which is an approach to the
study of Latino literature in the U.S. 

Gonzalez has been teaching at Macalester since 1986. 

EDUCATION: B.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley M.A., University of
California, Los Angeles 

Journal Articles

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La isla de oro: una relación californiana, Congreso Internacional “Oriente y Occidente en la Cultura Hispánica" (2005)
 

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Entrevista con Natasha Salguero, Nueva Literatura Hispánica (2004)
 

Books

Contributions to Books

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La isla de oro: Una relación californiana, Oriente y occidente en la cultura hispánica (2005)