I am a PhD Candidate in the Program in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University – New Brunswick, where I currently hold a Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship (in philosophy). I have a certificate in Women’s & Gender Studies and an affiliation in the Advanced Institute for Critical Caribbean Studies.
I specialize in contemporary Latin American and Caribbean decolonial thought, particularly concerning the question of religion and secularism in modernity. I have a BA in Philosophy (honors) with minors in Critical Theory and Latin American History from Northwestern University.
I founded the Decoloniality Workshop at Rutgers and I’m a member of the Coordinating Collective of the Latin American Philosophy of Education Society and of the Editorial Collective of its journal Lapíz.
See my CV here.