Ana Del Sarto (Ph.D., Ohio State University) is Associate Professor of Latin American literatures and cultures in the department of Spanish and Portuguese at the Ohio State University. Her areas of specialization include Latin American Cultural Studies, Literary, Cultural and Critical Theories, Ethnic and Gender Studies, National Identities and Subject Formations, Comparative Studies of Lusophone and Hispanic Latin America, Globalization Studies, and Southern Cone Narratives. Among her recent publications are Los estudios culturales latinoamericanos hacia el siglo XXI, co-edited with Alicia Ríos and Abril Trigo for a especial issue of Revista Iberoamericana and The Latin American Cultural Studies Reader, co-edited also with Alicia Ríos and Abril Trigo from Duke University Press. She has also published articles on Latin American discourses on criticism (literary criticism, cultural critique, cultural studies), on the interdisciplinary relations between the Humanities and the Social Sciences, on contemporary Latin American women narrative, and on Latin American cinema. Her book, Sospecha y goce: una genealogía de la crítica cultural chilena, will be published through Cuarto Propio, Santiago de Chile, in 2010.