Ph.D. Candidate in Spanish & Portuguese
Office Hours:by appointment
20th- and 21st-century Latin American literature; comparative literature of the Americas; critical theory; philosphy and literature; Marxist cultural studies; translation.
Published work has addressed the literature of Mario Bellatin, César Aira, Clarice Lispector, João Gilberto Noll, Diamela Eltit, and Fernando Pessoa.
Selected writing and translation:
Morris, Adam. "Fair Warning: Julian Assange's Cypherpunks." The Los Angeles Review of Books. 28 April 2013.
Morris, Adam. "Whoever, Whatever: On Anonymity as Resistance to Empire." parallax 18.4 (October 2012): 106-20.
Morris, Adam. "A Departure from Reason: César Aira's The Miracle Cures of Dr. Aira." The Millions 16 October 2012.
Morris, Adam. "Drone Warfare: Tiqqun, The Young-Girl and the Imperialism of the Trivial." The Los Angeles Review of Books. 30 September 2012.
Morris, Adam, and Lúcia Rosa. "Recycling Literary Culture: A Conversation with Lúcia Rosa." Public Books 18 June 2012.
Morris, Adam. "The Brazilian Bird of Prey: Four New Translations of Clarice Lispector." ZYZZYVA 5 June 2012.
Morris, Adam. "Micrometanarratives and the Politics of the Possible." CR: The New Centennial Review 11.3 (Winter 2012) 91-117.
"With My Dog-Eyes" by Hilda Hilst. Introduced and translated by Adam Morris. Excerpt in BOMB. Summer 2013.
Morris, Adam. "This Product Made From Post-Consumer Content: Narrative Recycling and New Novelistic Economies." Forthcoming in Criticism. 2013.
Morris, Adam. "Fernando Pessoa's Heteronymic Machine." Forthcoming in The Luso-Brazilian Review. Expected 2013.
BA, English Literature; Swarthmore College.