Degrees and Education: Ph.D., M.A., Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures (Certificate in Media and Modernity), Princeton University; B.A., Philosophy, Spanish Language and Literature (Highest Honors), University of California at Berkeley.
Delirious Consumption: Aesthetics and Consumer Capitalism in Mexico and Brazil, 1950s-1970s. (Forthcoming, Border Hispanisms Series, University of Texas Press, Fall 2017)
A Lanscape of Displacement: Staging Migration through Latinx Arts and Literature (in preparation)
Conceptual Stumblings: Experimentalism in Chilean Art (co-editor, with Prof. Thomas Cummins and José Falconi; expected completion: December 2016).
Aesthetics of Sensationalism: Photography, Literature, and the Imminence of Violence (in preparation)
Teaching and Research Interests: Latin American literatures and cultures, Latinx literatures and cultures, art history of the Americas, consumer culture, media studies, migration, border studies, the literature and art of Greater Mexico, Brazilian literature and art, Chilean contemporary art and literature, experimental poetry, critical theory, conceptual art in Latin America, violence and sensationalism