Vincent Barletta is the author of three books and several articles. His latest book, Rhythm: Form and Dispossession (Chicago, 2020), discusses rhythm through three historical moments from Ancient Greece to current times. Other books are Covert Gestures, Crypto-Islamic Literature as Cultural Practice in Early Modern Spain (Univ of Minnesota, 2005), and Death in Babylon: Alexander the Great and Iberian Empire in the Muslim Orient (Chicago, 2010). He won the La corónica book prize in 2007 for Covert Gestures.
Barletta's work has appeared in numerous journals including Representations, Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies, MLN, Romance Notes, The Latin Americanist, and Diacritics. He has also given papers at various conferences such as the MLA Convention, the AHA convention, ASEMLA (Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies), SIMELA (Spanish & Italian Medievalists Association), CAISO (Conference on Arabic Islamic Societies in Oxford), and SEMAINE (Seminario de Estudios Medievales y Renacentistas).
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