Claudio Iván Remeseira

Claudio Iván Remeseira is a New York-based award-winning journalist, writer, and critic. Translator for the Spanish-language on-line section of The Nation. Editor of Hispanic New York: A Sourcebook (Columbia University Press, 2010), an anthology of essays on the city’s Latino, Latin American & Iberian cultural heritage, and winner of the Latino International Book Award in the category of Best Reference Book in English (2011). Founder and director of The Hispanic New York Project (2006-2010), hosted by Columbia University’s Center for American Studies, where he currently teaches a seminar for undergraduates on the history of the city’s Latino communities. His critical and literary work has appeared in Review: Literature and Arts of the Americas, Salmagundi, Diario Rumbo, Hora Hispana (Daily News), El Nuevo Día (Puerto Rico), El País (Spain) and La Nación and Página/12 (Argentina), among other publications. He also publishes a blog on Latino and Latin American cultural and current events news, Hispanic New York Project.

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Jan 24, 2013 / Lived History / Claudio Iván Remeseira