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María Constanza Guzmán is assistant professor in the School of Translation and the Hispanic Studies Department at York University. She received her Ph.D. in comparative literature with a concentration in translation studies from the State University of New York at Binghamton (2006), and holds an MA in Spanish Translation from Kent State University and a BA in Philology from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Her main scholarly interests are Latin American literature and translation studies, fousing on perspectives drawn from literary and cultural studies. Her recent publications include the articles "Gregory Rabassa: el rastro del traductor" (Traducción/Género/Poscolonialismo - Designis 12 2008) and "Rabassa and the 'Narrow Act': Between Possibility and an Ethics of Doubt" (TTR XXI 2 2009). Her book Gregory Rabassa's Latin American Literature: A Translator's Visible Legacy will be published by Bucknell University Press.