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About the Author
Gregory Stephens is Associate Professor of English, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez. He has finished four book 2018-19. Trilogies as Cultural Analysis: Literary Re-imagining Sea Crossings, Animals, and Fathering (Cambridge Scholars, Fall 2018) is literary criticism and cultural analysis. The ethnographic monograph Three Birds Sing a New Song: A Puerto Rican Trilogy on Dystopia, Precarity, and Resistance is published by Intermezzo (April 2019). Communicative Cultures in Writing Studies: Ethnographic Approaches, Transferable Skills, and non-Academic Genres, co-authored with Janice Cools, is for University Press of Colorado. The Poetics of Indigenismo in Zapatista Discourse: The Mexican Revolution Revisioned Through Mayan Eyes is in production with Cambridge SP and will appear in 2019. An earlier version of this manuscript was my M.A. thesis in Spanish literature at the University of the West Indies-Mona, and draws on ethnographic research I did in Chiapas.