Visiting Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies
“Remnants of the Human Camera: Testimony and Technologies of the Other in Martyrs.” In The Body on Screen in the Digital Age: Essays on Voyeurism, Violence and Power, edited by Susan Flynn, McFarland & Co., 2020.
“Consumption from the Avant-Garde to the Silver Screen: Cannibalism, Fetish, Profanation.” Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal, vol. 7, no. 2, 2020, pp. 96-114.
“Leaves of Whitman: Felipe, Borges and the Hybrid Translator.” Colloquy: text theory critique, no. 31, 2016, pp. 37-64.
Escaja, Tina. “13 Lunas 13/13 Moons 13: A Video-Project About Sexuality and Menstruation.” Journal of International Women's Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, 2018, pp. 215-224.
Escaja, Tina. “Guts for Lunch/De tripas corazón.” Obra/Artefact, no. 5, 2018, Stetson University, pp. 60-77.
“Seeing the City: Intellectuals, Visual Media, and the Mexico D.F. Urban Imaginary in the 1920s,” Latin American Studies Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, May 2019.
“Translation and the Poetics of Failure in ‘Diario para un cuento’ by Julio Cortázar and El secreto de sus ojos by Juan José Campanella,” New England Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2018.
“Bolaño, Baudelaire, and Nietzsche at the Crossroads of Bohemia.” Wellesley College Conference on Roberto Bolaño, Wellesley, MA, October 2017.
“Conspiring against Language: Translating Tina Escaja in Collaboration with the Author,” New England Translators’ Association Annual Conference, Boston, MA, May 2016.