Associate Professor of Literature
Latino Studies; Ethnic Studies; Queer/Lesbian/Gay Studies; Twentieth Century American Literatures; Critical Race Theory; Chicana Feminist Theory; Comparative Ethnicities; Lacanian Psychoanalytic Theory
Teaching Honors. Lee Baker. December 2011
Modern Languages Association Prize in Latina and Latino and Chicana and Chicano Literary and Cultural Studies for book "Dead Subjects: Toward a Politics of Loss in Latino Studies". The Modern Languages Association. January 2007
NAACP Image Award. Duke University. February 24, 2004
Viego, A. "Review of "Appropriating Blackness: Performance and the Politics of Authenticity" by E. Patrick Johnson." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11.1: 135-138.
Viego, A. "Review of "The Puerto Rican Syndrome" by Patricia Gherovici." Latino Studies 3: 165-169.
Viego, A. "Wounded Chicana Cartographies." Mapping Latina/o Studies: An Interdisciplinary Reader. Ed. AN Valdivia and M Garcia. Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2012. (Chapter)
Viego, A. "The Place of Gay Male Chicano Literature in Queer Chicana/o Cultural Work." Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader. Ed. M Hames-Garcia and EJ Martinez. Durham: Duke University Press, 2011. (Chapter)
Viego, A. "The Nightgown." CR: The New Centennial Review 13.3 (2013): 29-51.
Viego, A. "The Madness of Curing." Feminist Formations 25 (2013): 154-59.
Viego, A. "The Life of the Undead: Biopower, Latino Anxiety, and the Epidemiological Paradox." Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory 19.2 (July 2010): 131-148.
Viego, A. "Hysterical Ties, Chicano/a Amnesia and the Sinthomestiza Subject." Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies (2008).
Viego, A. "The Unconscious of Latino/a Studies." Latino Studies 1.2 (July 2003).
Antonio Viego, . "The Place of Gay Male Chicano Literature in Queer Chicana/o Cultural Work." Discourse 21.3 (March 2000).