Graduate Student in Spanish, Associate in Spanish
I focus on political culture in Chile from the 20th century until the present. I am particularly interested in the intersection of literature and collective memories, and how the former recreates historical episodes that persevere in Chile's cultural memory and sometimes come into conflict with the present.
EDUCATION AND DEGREE(S)
- M.A. in Iberian and Latin American Studies, University of Notre Dame
- B.A. in English Literature and Linguistics, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
- 20th-Century Chilean Literature
- Memory Studies
- Political Culture
- Historical fiction
- Spanish 1, 2, 3
- “Multiculturalism, Telenovelas and Ideology in Woman Hollering Creek.” White Rabbit: English Studies in Latin America 1 (2011).
- “Madness, Rejection and Violence in Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God.” White Rabbit: English Studies in Latin America 3 (2012).