Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera




Ph.D., Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona



Multicultural American & Latin American Studies; Ecocriticism & Environmental Literature; Multi & Extra-canonicity; Digital & Migrant Latinx; Age Studies; Migrant Modernities; Translingual Writing & Transcultural Aesthetics; Native American Studies; Islam; Massachusetts Studies; Critical University Studies.

My recent work has appeared in The Chronicle of Higher EducationModern Fiction StudiesJacobinand Voces del Caribe.
 Perhaps home is not a place but an irrevocable condition. –James Baldwin, Giovanni’s Room

  • After American Studies: Rethinking the Legacies of Transnational Exceptionalism. New York: Routledge, 2018.
  • Paris in American Literatures. New York & London: Rowman, 2013.
  • Hemingway's Expatriate Nationalism. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011.


Országh László Chair in American Studies 
New York University Faculty Fellow (Cuba Now and Next) 
NEH Chair of Migrant/Transnational Studies

Fulbright Scholar (Ecuador, Hungary)
Ernest Hemingway Society Fellow

Clarence VerSteeg Grant "Conditions of Immigrant Writing" (declined)
Clarence VerSteeg Grant "Cultures of Exile"

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