Faculty

Director

Associate Professor of Iberian and Latin American Cultures and, by courtesy, of Comparative Literature
Department:
Iberian and Latin American Cultures
Héctor Hoyos is an Associate Professor of Latin American literature and culture at Stanford University. He holds a Ph.D. in Romance Studies from Cornell University, and degrees in Philosophy and Literature from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá. Hoyos’s research areas include visual culture and critical theory, as well as comparative and philosophical approaches to literature. His teaching covers various periods and subregions, with an emphasis on contemporary fiction and literary theory. His book, Beyond Bolaño: The Global Latin American Novel (Columbia UP, 2015), is the first monographic...

Director of Graduate Studies

Professor of History
Department:
History Department
Thomas S. Mullaney is Professor of Chinese History at Stanford University, and Curator of the international exhibition, Radical Machines: Chinese in the Information Age.

He is the author of The Chinese Typewriter: A History (MIT Press 2017), Coming to Terms with the Nation: Ethnic Classification in Modern China (UC Press, 2010), and principal editor of Critical Han Studies: The History, Representation and Identity of China’s Majority (UC Press, 2011). His writings have appeared in the Journal of Asian Studies, Technology & Culture, Aeon, Foreign Affairs, and Foreign Policy, and his work has...

Committee in Charge

Communication
Art & Art History
American Studies
Art & Art History
Law School
History Department
Comparative Literature
East Asian Languages and Cultures

Affiliated Faculty

Theater and Performance Studies
Art & Art History
History Department
German
Anthropology
Theater and Performance Studies
German
History Department
Law School
Anthropology
French and Italian
History Department
Philosophy
Sociology
English
Anthropology
French and Italian
Art & Art History
Philosophy
Anthropology
Sociology
English
Political Science
Theater and Performance Studies
English
Comparative Literature
Theater and Performance Studies
Political Science
History Department
History Department
History Department
Religious Studies
Communication
Art & Art History
English