I was born in Lima, Peru and emigrated to the United States in 2000. I received a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Hispanic Studies from Brown University in 2015. My current research interests include: the nineteenth and twentieth century literature and culture of Latin America and the Caribbean, specifically narrative, poetry, and the essay; literary theory, particularly that of the twentieth century; and the practice and theory of literary translation.
Dissertation: Para arribar a la ínsula: poéticas de la isla en la literatura puertorriqueña del siglo XX
Recent Courses in RLL
- SPAN 20100 Spanish Language, History, and Culture I (Winter 2018)
- SPAN 22003 Introducción a las literaturas hispánicas: del Modernismo al presente (Spring 2018)
- SPAN 24020 Para arribar a la ínsula: poéticas de la isla en el Caribe hispano del siglo XX (Spring 2020)