Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature and Spanish
Ph. D. University of Illinois
Fields of specialization: Theatre, Latin American Literature, Film Studies, cultural studies, and posttraumatic culture. He has published on the use of the Internet by the Mexican EZLN and is currently working on the effects of traumatic events on theatre, music, and literature in Latin America. His most recent work is a co-edited volume of CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture entitled “Representing Humanity in an Age of Terror. His next book project entitled Posttraumatic Theatre will be an examination of theatre written and performed as a response to traumatic events in Argentina, Chile, and Spain.