A researcher and writer with experience in Latin American literature and culture, curatorial projects, and primary and higher education. I see eclecticism as a virtue.
My academic interests relate to analyzing narrative time in modern Latin American literature and how it relates with other social discourses such as politics and economics. My dissertation examines the different strategies the novel used to confront and imagine the history developmentalist economics was imposing over political institutions during the 1940s and 1950s.
I have worked as a curatorial assistant for the David Rockefeller Center of Latin American Studies and co-curated "Passports: Lives in Transit," an exhibition in Houghton Library that addresses contemporary issues on migration and the refugee crisis through the lens of passports.
A researcher and writer with experience in Latin American literature.