Ph.D., Stanford University, 2004
ENGL 10103: Introduction to Fiction
ENGL 10133: Introduction to Literature
ENGL 20503: Major American Writers
ENGL 30693: U.S. Multi-Ethnic Literature
ENGL 30703: Contemporary Latina/o Literature
ENGL 30713: Mexican American Culture
ENGL 38033: Research Seminar in Global Literature
ENGL 55533: Literature of the Latina/o Diaspora
ENGL 80523: Race and Gender in American Literature
Areas of Focus
Latina/o Literature; 20th and 21st Century American Literature; Race and Ethnic Studies; Critical Theory; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Poetry and Poetics
2016. “Siempre Pa’l Arte: The Passions of Latina/o Spoken Word.” The Routledge Companion to Latina/o Popular Culture. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. Routledge.151-161.
2015. “Heroic Insecurity in Junot Díaz’s Drown and This Is How You Lose Her.” Critical Insights: Contemporary Immigrant Short Fiction. Ed. Robert C. Evans. Salem Press. 134-147.
2014. “Avant-Latino poetry.” Jacket2 (June 26th). Web.
2013. Ed., Between Day and Night: New and Selected Poems 1946-2010. By Miguel González-Gerth. Foreword by Frederick Luis Aldama. TCU Press. xl + 248 pp. (“Outstanding title,” Association of American University Presses, 2014)
2012. The Lost Men, a novel. Elsewhen Press. 192 pp. (Nominee, Arthur C. Clarke Award, 2013)
2012. “Nuyorican Poetry” and “Nuyorican Poets’ Café.” The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 4th Edition. Eds. Roland Greene and Stephen Cushman. Princeton UP. 960-962.
2005-2008. Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow & Visiting Scholar, University of California, Berkeley.