Vincent Barletta

Associate Professor and Comparative Literature in Palo Alto, CA

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Vincent Barletta is a tenured associate professor of comparative literature and Iberian and Latin American cultures at Stanford University. He is also a published author, working as a research associate at the university's Europe Center and teaching as an adjunct professor for the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, the Center for African Studies, and the Center for Latin American Studies.

Vincent is a man of many talents. He is an accomplished Portuguese literature scholar focusing on the intersection of literature and linguistic anthropology and literature and philosophy. His work has been published in some of the most prestigious journals in his field.

Vincent is also a gifted teacher and enjoys sharing his knowledge with students worldwide. He is currently a professor of Portuguese at Yale University.

  • Education
    • BA in English
    • Post-doctoral studies Department of Anthropology
    • Ph.D. in Literatures