Marc Zimmerman

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General Information

Name: Marc Zimmerman

Pen Name: None

Genre: Non-Fiction

Born: N/A



Illinois Connection

  • Some of his recent and forthcoming books, according to the UIC website (Marc Zimmerman's Biography on the UIC website)are projects of the Chicago Latin American/Latino/a Activities and Studies Arena (LACASA CHICAGO), an organization Zimmerman directs and which is dedicated to networking and promoting valuable cultural and artistic projects in local, national and international, academic and community, contexts.

Biographical and Professional Information

According to the UIC biography, Marc Zimmerman has won Fulbright, Newberry, Del Amo, Illinois Arts and Humanities Council grants; and served as committee member and/or reader for awards committees of the Council of International Education (Fulbright), FIPSE, NEH and other entities. He won a Rockefeller grant leading to a conference he coordinated on Mapping Latin American Chicago (Fall 1998). He has also served as consultant to numerous publishers and academic institutions, and served on the jury for Cuba=s Casa de las Américas Caribbean literature prize for 1994. He was recently elected Co-Chair of the Central American Task Force of the Latin American Studies Association and was named as a Board member of the Central American Literature and Arts Doctoral Program of the National University of Costa Rica (Heredia).

Published Works

  • Voices From Silence: Guatemalan Literature of Resistance (Ohio RIS Latin America Series), Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1998

Titles for Purchase and at Your Library

Voices From Silence: Guatemalan Literature of Resistance (Ohio RIS Latin America Series)

ISBN: 0896801985
Release Date: 1998-12-31

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Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances

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External Links

Marc Zimmerman on WorldCat

Marc Zimmerman on Amazon


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