Senior Lector I and Associate Research Scholar
Ph.D. Cornell University
Areas of interest: Early modern Spanish and colonial Latin American Cultural Studies; environmental studies in contemporary Central America; Border Studies; Visual Culture; Gender Studies; Critical theory; Multiliteracies and post-CLT pedagogies and approaches to the teaching of Spanish at all levels. She has published on early modern war, surveillance, and gender. Born in Guatemala, she grew up in Los Angeles. She earned a Ph.D. in Hispanic Studies from Cornell University and a B.A. from Hampshire College. She loves dogs.