- M.A. Spanish Literature, University of California, Los Angeles (2015)
- M.A. Humanities, University of Chicago (2011)
- B.A. English, Politics, Oberlin College (2009)
My research focuses on the influence of psychoanalytic paradigms on narrative and identity construction in mid-20thcentury Cuba. My work considers narrative structure, genre, gender and sexuality in conversations between aesthetics, fantasy and changing political realities. I am interested in 20th Century Cuba, particularly Lezama and the Orígenes group, and critical theory, especially psychoanalytic, queer and affect theories.