History as Presence

Raúl Coronado

University of California, Berkeley

Raúl Coronado is an Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of California at Berkeley where he teaches literary and intellectual history and the philosophy of history. He is the author of A World Not to Come: A History of Latino Writing and Print Culture (Harvard 2013), which received seven prizes including the MLA’s Best First Book Prize and the American Studies Association’s John Hope Franklin Prize for Best Book in American Studies. From 2014-16, he served as the inaugural president of the Latina/o Studies Association.


“Transformations: The Climates of History” What is at stake in arguing that cultures change over time? What tools do we use to account for such change, and why? Most historicist literary scholarship attends to the... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Raúl Coronado (University of California, Berkeley)

Topic Area



P40 » Transformations: The Climates of History (10:15 - Friday, 23rd March, Fiesta III-IV)

Presentation Files

The presenter has not uploaded any presentation files.