Erin Graff Zivin is Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California, where she is Director of the Experimental Humanities Lab. She is the author of three books—Anarchaeologies: Reading as Misreading (Fordham UP, 2020; translated into Spanish and published as Anarqueologías: Ética y política de la lectura errada, Buenos Aires, Prometeo Editorial, 2021), Figurative Inquisitions: Conversion, Torture, and Truth in the Luso-Hispanic Atlantic (Northwestern UP, 2014; translated into Spanish and published as Inquisiciones figurativas: conversion tortura y verdad en el Atlántico Luso-Hispano, Buenos Aires, Editorial La Cebra, 2017), and The Wandering Signifier: Rhetoric of Jewishness in the Latin American Imaginary (Duke UP, 2008)—and is completing a fourth book on transmedial aesthetics. Graff Zivin is the editor or co-editor of two special journal issues and three edited volumes on deconstruction, ethics, and politics. In her free time, she heads the “Women in Theory” collective, serves on the Executive Council of the Modern Language Association, and oversees the digitization of the filmic work of Narcisa Hirsch (a collaboration between USC Digital Library and the Filmoteca Narcisa Hirsch).

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