John Slott | September 23, 2015
Joshua Lund has never been tempted to specialize in one form of media. In fact, he finds studying a combination of literature, visual culture, and art to be the richest way to think about social problems in Latin America.
“Latin American culture is essential to anyone who wants to have a serious understanding of the modern world,” he said. “The resonance of Latin American culture can be found anywhere.”
Lund, who joins Notre Dame’s Department of Romance and Romance Languages as an associate professor of Spanish, has research interests that are both broad and intentionally interdisciplinary.
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