Dr. Rachel VanWieren


Type Date Title Audience Function Location
Poster 2015-03-18 Refocusing History in Fictional Portrayals of Patagonian Worker Movements National University Spring Symposium San Diego, CA
Conference 2014-11-01 Humanizing Sealers in Francisco Coloane¿s `Cabo de Hornos' Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference Riverside, CA


Type Date Author Type Date Title Publication Name Author List Publisher Volume / Issue / Page
Article Author 2017 Reconsidering the Patagonian Worker Movements of the 1920s: Francisco Coloane's and Luis Sepúlveda's Rebellious Chilotes. A Contracorriente 14(3) 127-142
Article Author 2015 Sketching Social Mobility in the Gold Rushes of California and Patagonia: Bret Harte and Manuel Rojas Hispanófila 173 281-291
Article Author 2010 Crisis in the Search for Gold in Depression Era Chilean Rewritings of the Legend of the City of the Caesars Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 44 127-46
Article Author 2010 "A Conversation with Andrew Brown: Mashing Up Latin American Literature, Science,Technology, and the Post-human." Interview by Victoria L. Garrett and Rachel VanWieren Mester 39 149-160
Article Author 2007 La ciencia al servicio del imperio español: Antonio de Córdoba y el
Estrecho de Magallanes
Revista de Humanidades 15-16 169-80
Chapter Author 2009 La amenaza del femicidio: Mujeres selk'nam e inmigrantes fueguinos en El guanacoblanco (1980) de Francisco Coloane y El corazón a contraluz (1996) de Patricio Manns. América Latina en el nuevo milenio: procesos, crisis, y perspectivas Eds. Elena Oliva, Alondra Peirano, Elisabet Prudant, Javiera Ruíz. Santiago: Universidad de Chile
Presentation Co-Author Traveling toward Emptiness: Patagonia in Luis Sepúlveda's and Daniel Mordzinski's Writing and Photography Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference. Pasadena, CA. 12 Nov. 2016. Rachel Vanwieren And Teresa Rinaldi
Presentation Author Venganza ballenera en la Patagonia Congreso Chile Transatlántico. Santiago, Chile. 16 Aug. 2016.
Dr. Rachel VanWieren


Dr. Rachel VanWieren

College of Letters and Sciences

Arts and Humanities


UC Los Angeles - PHD - Hispanic Languages and Literature