Prolegomena to a Life Lived in Two Worlds

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Amy A. Oliver


This essay outlines the author’s professional trajectory, a good portion of which is a journey through what historian Richard M. Morse called “the strange career of Latin American Studies.” The author’s intellectual interests span several fields but center most often at the intersections of philosophy, women’s and gender studies, and Spanish and Latin American letters. Further channeling Morse, what one’s occupation is called, is far less important than doing one’s work with cha cha chá,

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Oliver, A. A. (2023). Prolegomena to a Life Lived in Two Worlds. Journal of World Philosophies, 8(1). Retrieved from
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