- Consumption, labor, and migration
- Dystopia and post-war detective fiction
- Contemporary Central American and Mexican literature
- The body, space, and the photographic image
- Advertising and gender
- Accelerated Elementary Spanish (Fall 2017)
- Intermediate Spanish (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)
Branche, Jerome C. (ed.). Black Writing, Culture, and the State in Latin America. 280 pp. Nashville: Vanderbilt UP, 2015. Hispanófila 181 (December 2017): 195-196.
“La señora de Trabanino: intertextualidad y angustia en la posguerra.” El diablo en el espejo: reflexiones críticas sobre la obra de Horacio Castellanos Moya. Eds. María del Carmen Caña Jiménez and Vinodh Venkatesh, Albatros Ediciones, 2016, pp. 63-86.
“Two-Way Mirror: The Two Voices of Exile in La Rambla paralela by Fernando Vallejo.” Cincinnati Romance Review 39 (Fall 2015): 269-284.
“The Brink of Postwar Relapse: Intertextual Anxieties in Three Novels by Horacio Castellanos Moya.” SECOLAS, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2017.
“Copy + Paste: On Reconstructing Narratives and Other (Post)-Digital Musings in Nocilla dream by Agustín Fernández Mallo.” MIFLC, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA. October 2016.
“Consumed Culture: Hypercapitalism and Disposable Bodies in Contemporary Central American Narrative.” LASA, New York City. May 2016.
“Jesus in a Rented Car: Consumerism and Biblical Narrative in El leproso by Méndez Vides.” SECOLAS, Cartagena, Colombia. March 2016.
“Ladrillos y Ladrones: Economic Violence in Las murallas and El leproso by Méndez Vides.” MIFLC, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC. October 2015.
“Commod[e]fication: Bathrooms and Neoliberal Space in Ana Clavel’s El cuerpo naúfrago.” Carolina Conference on Romance Literatures, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. April 2015.
Grants & Awards
Harrison Family Foundation Jefferson Scholars Fellow (2015)
Del Greco Library Travel Fellowship (2016)
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences - Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Summer Research Award (2017)