French, Turkish, English
Migration and memory in the 20th and 21st centuries.
English, Spanish and Portuguese
Modernism and Vanguardism, the Generations of '98 and '27, and Cinema & Media Studies
Postcolonial Studies, Diaspora Studies, South Asian-Canadian Literature.
English, French, Spanish
Ideological transmission through text and media, utopia, translation, memory studies
English, Euskara, Spanish, French
Basque and Irish lit, Postcolonial theory, Indigenous studies, Memory and Trauma studies, nationalism, film
English, Latin, Ancient Greek, Italian
Classical reception in the Romantic period; nature and architecture; expressions of grief in poetry; gender and sexuality
English, Korean, Russian, Japanese
Modernism, Postcolonialism, Translation
English, French, German, Russian
European modernism; biopolitical discourse and film; detective fiction
English, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian), euskara
Performance and performance theory; Latin American literature, political and cultural theory; Mid-20th century South American dictatorships (Chile, Uruguay) and quotidian forms of resistance; Utopia; Memory studies; Phenomenology
English, Polish, French
Polish-Jewish identity narratives, Holocaust literature, memory studies, autobiography, oral history
English, Arabic, Spanish
The Medieval Middle East, Religion, Gender and Sexuality, Women in Literature
English, French, German, Latin
Medical humanities and medical education, epistemology, aesthetics, comparative methodology
20th century US literature, memory studies, multilingualism
English, Russian, Spanish
English, Russian, and Spanish literatures of the mid to late 20th century; with a particular emphasis on the cultural politics of the Cold War and the neoliberal turn.
My research focuses on representations of border walls and border zones in Soviet, American, and Mexican science fiction and utopian/dystopian novels and films.
German, French and American literature of the early 20th century, especially from the period between the world wars.
English, Spanish, French, Ancient Greek
the American Renaissance, the Gothic, European modernism, Surrealism, Cinema (psychological horror and sound, in particular), Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis
Polish, Spanish, German, English
Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies; Polish-Jewish relations; Polish poetry, literature, and film; Spanish Civil War poetry, literature, and film; sexual violence and post-dictatorship cultural amnesia
English, French, Italian, Spanish
19th- and early 20th-century British and French literature; literature and the arts; history of the image, visual and material culture; psychoanalytic theory; neuroaesthetics