Piero Enrique Gómez Carbonel, Mg


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Piero Gómez Carbonel is a doctoral student in Hispanic American Literature from the PUCP with research that explores the social functions of Latin American narrative brothels of the 80s and 90s. He obtained his master's degree in Hispanic American literature at this house of study with the thesis entitled A political reading of Juan Carlos Onetti's La vida breve: the poetics of slowness and infinity. She belongs to the Remelice research group of the Université Orleáns where she participates with the institution under the modality of co-advisory doctoral research. In addition to this, it belongs to the Trans-Arch research project of the European Union and the Generiza research group of the University of Valencia. His main lines of research are Latin American urban literature of the 20th century, marginal sexualities, and Latin American urban history in relation to the problems of the modern city. Currently, he works as a professor at Peruvian universities such as Universidad Continental, UPN, PUCP and UPC.

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