Thomaz received his BA in Language and Literature and his MA in Literary Theory and Criticism from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp). His research focuses on interspecies relations as they appear in Latin American Literature, especially that concerned with agrarian worlds. Working on the intersection between Ecocriticism, Animal and Plant Studies, and New Materialism, he seeks to assess the power and relevance of Art and Literature in the Anthropocene.
Research interests: perspectivism, interspecies relations, nonhuman semiotics, the Anthropocene, ecocriticism, animal and plant studies, agrarian spaces, theories of agriculture
Recent Courses in RLL
- PORT 12200 Portuguese for Spanish Speakers (Spring 2021)
- SPAN 20100 Language, History, and Culture I (Winter 2021)