During the fellowship period, Dr. Gina Sherriff worked on her project, which examined the true crime novel in Latin America, an emerging literary genre that employed the style and conventions of detective fiction to narrate real-life crimes. Her research links themes within both the detective novel and documentary narrative and relates them to the emerging genre of true crime while examining ways the true crime novel can influence political and social activism in Latin America. As a result of her work, she submitted two articles to journals for review: one about Vargas Llosa’s Lituma en los Andes, and the other about Roberto Bolaño’s 2666.

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