I am a Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellow in the Program in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University, where I also hold a certificate in Women’s & Gender Studies and an affiliation in the Advanced Institute for Critical Caribbean Studies.
My work focuses on contemporary Latin American and Caribbean thought, at the crossroads of philosophy, ethnic studies, literary studies, and religious studies. 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 currently 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.