Margaret Carson

Assistant Professor
Modern Languages


Office: S601H

Office Hours: W 12pm-2pm; Th 11:30am-12:30pm

Phone: 212-220-8000 Ext 7247

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Margaret Carson is a widely published translator of literature, poetry and essays from Latin America and Spain. Her research and teaching interests focus on translation, issues in gender and translation, visualities in writing, transnational poetry and poetics, and women surrealist artists and writers in mid-twentieth-century Mexico City.


Translation, Spanish Language and Literature, Spanish American Literature, Poetry

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Dissertation Title: "Writing the Visual in Baroni: un viaje and Other Recent Works by Sergio Chejfec."

Cochair of PEN Translation Committee at PEN American Center, New York City (2014-2015)

Member of jury, 2013 PEN Translation Prize

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