• M.A. in Hispanic Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2019)
  • B.A. in Spanish, Minor in French, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2015)
  • A.A. in World Languages, College of Southern Nevada (2013)


I’m interested in Latin American Literature and Culture of the 20th and 21st century. By grounding on queer and queer of color theory, as well as gender and sexuality late theorizations and studies, I analyze literary representations of violence against queer and trans subjects portrayed in the works of several Latin American contemporary authors. The range of queers and trans characters depicted in the narratives of authors such as Luis Zapata, Enrique Serna, Luis González de Alba, Miguel Huezo Mixco, and Manuel Puig, open a space to explore and delve into the study of queer and trans identities in the Latin American context, from both an identitarian and analytics perspective.

Publications & Presentations

  • “Violencia de género y memoria queer en Días del Olimpo”. 24th Spanish Graduate Literature Conference School of International Letters and Cultures Arizona State University. “Visual Studies, Queer Studies, Identity: Remapping the Spanish Speaking World through Intersectionality” Feb. 24-26, 2021
  • “Angustias y Andrea: personajes impares en Nada”. El Cid, Edición XXX, 2020, pp. 51-56.
  • “El cine de Almodóvar: El uso de la estética camp y las nuevas identidades sexuales.” 4th Interdisciplinary Conference Humanities- World Cinema, Department of World Languages and Cultures, California State University, Sacramento, Oct. 27, 2018.
  • “Los dos creadores de Augusto en Niebla.” First Annual Presentations: Vistas of Hispanic Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Department of World Languages and Cultures, May 3rd, 2018.
  • “Angustias: Opression, authoritarianism and religion in Nada.” 12th Annual Graduate Student Conference, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of California, Riverside, February 15, 2018.