Kevin Anzzolin

Kevin M. Anzzolin, Ph.D., Lecturer of Spanish, arrived at Christopher Newport University in 2021, where he teaches a wide range of classes. His book manuscript, Guardians of Discourse: Literature and Journalism in Porfirian Mexico will be published with the University of Nebraska Press in May 2024. His research focuses primarily on Mexican narrative from the 19th- to 21st centuries, and his work has been published in journals such as Letras Hispanas, Hispania, and REH. He also publishes on popular culture. His publications can be found here: https://cnu.academia.edu/KevinAnzzolin
Gaming the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial

Gaming the O.J. Simpson Murder Trial

Did gaming the O.J. Simpson murder trial allow for deeper conversations about our most hidden emotions, ugliest prejudices, and disturbing desires?

Ambiguous Loss and Migrant Emotions in Animated Comedy ‘Vivo’

Ambiguous Loss and Migrant Emotions in Animated Comedy ‘Vivo’

Overlooked at the 2022 Oscars, Kirk DeMicco’s animated comedy Vivo expresses the “Trump-era anxiety” and ambiguous loss surrounding transnational migration.