I am a lecturer on the Committee on Degrees in History and Literature where I teach on Latinx culture and history, legal studies, and queer studies.


I received my Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. I am interested in the fields of affect, queer, and critical race theories and US Latinx, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies. My book project, "New Latinx Feelings: Race, Affect, and Form in Queer Latinx Literature," looks to post-1990s literature to read feelings of racialization and sexualization within innovative literary form while taking into account the advent of colorblindness and the mainstreaming of LGBTQ rights.

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