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Narrativa criminal en(tre) México y la Argentina (pp. 8-15; DOI: 10.23692/iMex.21.1)

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Dr. Hernán Maltz

Hernán Maltz works as postdoctoral fellow at the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET, Argentina) and lecturer at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina). He holds a Ph. D. in Literature and a Bachelor (five-year degree) in Sociology, both from the University of Buenos Aires. Currently he works on research projects on crime fiction and sociologies of literature.



Prof. Dr. Yasmin Temelli

Full Professor at the University of Siegen. Romance Literatures and Cultural Studies (Spanish and French) / General Literature.

Yasmin Temelli was associate professor of Romance Studies (specialized in Latin America) at Ruhr University Bochum (2016-2020). She was a researcher for Ibero-American, Italian and French literature and culture at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. She studied Romance Studies, political science and media studies at Düsseldorf and the Università degli Studi di Firenze. Her doctoral thesis, Schreiben statt Schweigen – Weibliche Stimmen im Porfiriat. Eine Analyse sechs mexikanischer Frauenzeitschriften (1883-1910), published in 2009, received two Prizes. Her habilitation thesis is entitled Le sel n’est pas salé. Depression und Depressives Erleben männlicher Figuren in der französischen Literatur der Gegenwart (2021).

She cofounded the online publication iMex. México Interdisciplinario. Interdisciplinary Mexico and coedited several volumes among which are: Narratives of Money & Crime. Neoliberalism in Literature, Film and Popular Culture (2021), Liberté e(s)t choix. Verhandlungen von Freiheit in der französischen Literatur (2019) and Phänomene der Verknappung in den romanischen Literaturen und Kulturen (2018). She published among others articles regarding violence, biopolitics and crime fiction.