Back to Top
Skip to Site Search Skip to Utility Nav Skip to Top Nav Skip to Left Nav Skip to Content
Close Main Menu

Ary Malaver, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Professor, Spanish

Office: Nesbitt Academic Building, 4248, Gainesville
Areas of Expertise: Latin American Short Narrative, Microfiction in Latin America and Spain, Latinx Literature and Culture in the United States

Courses Taught

Introduction to Latinx Literature and Culture in the United States
Culture and Civilization of Latin America
Microfiction in the Spanish-speaking World
Creative Writing
Translation Practice
Microfiction and Cyberculture in Latin America and Spain

The Poetics of the (Very) Small Writing and Imagin(in)g

Research/Special Interests

Dr. Malaver's research interests are interdisciplinary with a focus on short literary and audiovisual narratives from Latin America and Spain. He also researches contemporary Latinx literature and culture in the United States. Other current interests and areas of research include cyberculture in Latin America, as well as spiritual ecology and consciousness. He is also the director of ¡Cortos! Latin American Short Film Festival, an annual event open to the UNG community and the Gainesville, Dahlonega and Oconee communities at large.

He is the author of two books: La brevedad como poética, a book on the poetics of brevity, and Incidentes, a hybrid text made up of short stories presented in various formats. He has also published on U.S. Latinx literature and performance, Canadian digital poetry, U.S.-Mexico border crossings, Latin American short fiction and film, Latin American digital microfiction, as well as on Spanish and Latin American literary microfiction.

UNG follows Section 508 Standards and WCAG 2.0 for web accessibility. If you require the content on this web page in another format, please contact the ADA Coordinator.

Back to Top