She completed her first PhD in Hispanic Philology at the University of Zaragoza (Spain), with a dissertation on Early Modern Spanish Poetry. She will be shortly defending her second PhD from the City University of New York on the afterlife of Teresa of Avila. Prior to joining Haverford College, she taugh at the University of Zaragoza, the City University of New York and Fordham University. Member of the Executive Committee of the Asociación Internacional Siglo de Oro (AISO).
Early Modern Literature and Culture; Rereadings of Early Modernity in Transatlantic Contexts; Spanish Poetry; Women and Gender Studies; Latin American Women Writers; Cultural Translation; Mediterranean Studies; Digital Humanities.
"De pirata inglés a repúblico español. Vida e industrias de Antonio Sherley (1565-1633)". Boletín de la Real Academia Española, v. 100, n. 321, 2020, pp. 361-368.
SPAN 305 Imagining Teresa of Avila, Her Not-So-Holy Life and Afterlife
SPAN 254 Women Translators Now and Then
SPAN 212 Love, Sex and Transgression in Early Modern Spanish Literature
SPAN 101 Intermediate Spanish
SPAN 101 Intermediate Spanish (Community Engaged Learning)