Eva-Lynn Jagoe is a writer and professor of Comparative Literature and Latin American Studies at University of Toronto. Her book, The End of the World as They Knew It: Writing Experiences of the Argentine South, is about the affective and material encounters between selves and others. Other published articles are about literature, cinema, and culture. She is currently experimenting with different forms in her writing and teaching about self, feminism, and the body.


Current & Upcoming Events

October 19, 2017

“On Backyards, Property, and New Mythologies of Belonging”

Imre Szeman and I were invited to contribute a short essay on the suburbs to Jeffrey Insko’s Line 6B Citizens’ Blog.
September 14, 2017

Attention’s Deficits

The latest issue of Public, edited by Sean O’Brien, Imre Szeman, and me, is Demos: We Have Never Been Democratic. It includes my essay, Attention’s Deficits.
March 17, 2017

“Depersonalized Intimacy”

Find my article, “Depersonalized Intimacy,” in the new special issue of ESC on The Automated Body (edited by Cecily Devereux and Marcelle Kosman). Available via Project […]