- M.A. Hispanic Languages and Literatures, University of California Los Angeles (2011)
- B.A. Comparative Literature, Minor in Spanish, University of Chicago (2004)
My research interests include translation theory, literary translation in Latin American letters with a focus in Brazil and Mexico, Hemispheric American studies, and experimental poetics. In the 2014-15 academic year, I was selected by the Collegium of University Teaching Fellows (CUTF) to teach a course based on my dissertation research titled “Found in Translation: North/South Poetic Friendships and the American Idiom.” I co-organized the Latin American Institute Working Group on Travel, Translation and Circulation and co-directed the 2013 HEMI-GSI Convergence “Experimental Collectivities” hosted at UCLA and USC.
- “To Be 130 Years Old! Updating the Language of University Culture and Race in Machado’s Short Stories. A Review of a New English Translation by John Chasteen.” Machado de Assis em Linha 7.13 (2014). (2014): 119-28.
- “Toward un estado plurinacional: An Interview with John Beverley on Postsubaltern Studies.” With Rafael Ramírez Mendoza and Sandra Ruiz. Mester 42 (2014): 117-130.