Dr. Verónica Stedile Luna
National University of La Plata
Fellow in Research Area 1: "Competing Communities", June – August 2023
Verónica Stedile Luna (1989, Necochea) is an independent editor and researcher from Argentina. She received a PhD in Literature at the National University of La Plata (2019) and was awarded a CONICET postdoctoral fellowship in 2020. She is currently a lecturer in Methodology in Literary Research at the same university. Her research focuses on the intersection between the avant-garde, literary theory and publishing practices. As publishing house director in EME Ediciones (www.emeeditorial.com.ar), she is specifically responsible for the collection "Madriguera. Essays on art and literature". She has conducted periods of research in France (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales), funded by UNLP in 2018; Brazil (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), with an AUGM scholarship in 2019; and Germany (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin), with a bursary from the DAAD in 2022.
She is co-author and coordinator of the book Estado de feria permanente. La experiencia de las editoriales independientes en Argentina, 2001-2020 (Club Hem, 2019) with Daniel Badenes, and Dossier Recorridos de Barthes (Boletín CETYCLI 2023) with Guillermina Torres. She is currently preparing the collective book Vocabulario situado de teoría. Literatura, enseñanza, investigación, together with Verónica Delgado, Analía Gerbaudo and Federico Cortés.