American literature, Latin American literature, U.S. Latina/o Literature
Chicana/o and Latina/o literature, print culture, digital humanities.
My research interests include the gothic in U.S. Latina/o literature and queer U.S. Latina/o humor in popular culture. I teach courses in American literature, film, cultural studies and Latina/o literature.
Chicana/o and Latina/o Literature, 20th Century American Literature, Postcolonial Theory & Literature, American Studies & Ethnicity, and Life Writing.
I’m interested in critical race theory, Latina/o literature, contemporary culture, and theories of the self.
I research and teach: queer theory, gender, sexuality, early and contemporary U.S. Latina/o literature, and contemporary Latin American literary and cultural studies.
19th and 20th Century Latin American Literature and Cultural Studies, Mexico, U.S. Latina/o Literature, Religious Insurgencies, Popular Religion, Tabloids, Narco-Literature
I am a doctoral candidate in English at Princeton University. My research focuses on postcolonial studies, critical theory, and the literature of the plantation zones and diasporas of the Americas—especially Anglophone and Hispanophone Caribbean literature and African-American literature. I also have long-standing interests in U.S. Latina/o literature, twentieth-century Irish and British literature, and the history and theory of the novel. My dissertation project, “Freedom and Plantation Form,” examines how the plantation is figured as a space for freedom and self-making in Caribbean literature, film, and critical writing after 1945.
Latina/o literary and cultural studies; transnational literary studies of the Americas; late 19th C. U.S. literature
I’m interested in Latina/o/x literatures and cultures and American literatures from the 19th to the 21st centuries.