<p><a href="">Frederick Luis Aldama</a> is Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English at The Ohio State University where he teaches Latino/a and Latin American post-colonial literature, film, and comics, as well as narrative theory and cognitive science approaches to culture. He is editor and author of nineteen books. He is founder and director of <a title="null" href="">L.A.S.E.R.</a>&nbsp;-&nbsp;<strong>L</strong>atino and Latin <strong>A</strong>merican <strong>S</strong>pace for <strong>E</strong>nrichment <strong>R</strong>esearch.</p> <p>Aldama's articles, reviews, and interviews have appeared in such journals as Aztlán, College Literature, Poets &amp; Writers, World Literature Today, Cross Cultural Poetics, Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory, Lucero, Comparative Literature, The Callaloo Journal, Nepantla, Journal of Interdisciplinary Literary Analysis, American Literature, Latin American Research Review, Modern Fiction Studies, Modern Drama, SubStance, Style, ImageTexT and Fox News Latino.</p>


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