John Alba Cutler

John Alba Cutler is an assistant professor of English and Latina/o Studies at Northwestern University. He has published essays in American Literary History, American Literature, MELUS, and Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies. His first book, Ends of Assimilation: The Formation of Chicano Literature, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.


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American Literature’s Forgotten Latino Subjects

A World Not to Come’s gripping story and rich archive demand that we recalibrate our sense of what “American” literary history might be. Contributor tagline: John Alba Cutler is an assistant professor of English at Northwestern University....

American Literature’s Forgotten Latino Subjects
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