Rubén Gallo

Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures

Princeton University

Rubén Gallo is the author of Freud’s Mexico: Into the Wilds of Psychoanalysis (MIT, 2010; Gradiva Prize, 2011), a cultural history of psychoanalytic ideas in art and literature. His other publications include Proust’s Latin Americans (Hopkins, 2014), Mexican Modernity (MIT, 2005), and The Mexico City Reader. He teaches literature at Princeton, where he directs the Latin American Studies Program. Rubén Gallo is director of the research board at the Freud Museum, Vienna.