Gabrielle Etcheverry

Contract Instructor

Degrees:BA Honours (Carleton University), MA (York University), PhD (Carleton University)

Research Interests:

  • Transnational cultural studies
  • World literatures
  • Minority languages and literatures, translation studies
  • Hemispheric American studies
  • Latin American and Caribbean history
  • Canadian cultural studies
  • Latino/a studies
  • National and diasporic identities in the Americas

Courses Taught:

  • LACS 1001 Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • LACS 4001 Issues in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
  • CDNS FYSM 1600 Contemporary Controversies in Canadian Society
  • CDNS 3901 Canada and the Americas
  • CDNS 3300 Globally Wired Canada: Cultural Issues

Gabrielle Etcheverry is an instructor in the Latin American and Caribbean Studies minor at Carleton University. Her research expertise is in twentieth-century Latin American diasporic literature and artistic production and their links with national cultures in the Americas. Her doctoral study, Cultures of Coloniality: Latina/o Writing in Canada, examined Latina/o Canadian literature and drama dealing with the themes of exile, migration, acculturation, and hybrid cultural identities while also analyzing the national and transnational contexts in which these texts are produced.