I was born in Girona (Spain) in 1980, and I grew up in Cassà de la Selva (province of Girona). I finished my degree at the University of Girona in 2003 and, from then, I have combined several works related in humanities and social sciences (for example, heritage and archeology) with the continued formation.
Alexander is a PhD student in Latin American Literature. He holds an MA in TESOL at New York University . He did his undergraduate work in Hispanic and English Literatures at Rutgers, the State University of New York . His research areas include contemporary Latin American literature and popular culture.
Esmeralda is a PhD candidate (ABD) in Latin American literature. She received her Master’s degree from Stanford University, where she also lectured Spanish. Her research interests include Mexican literature, women’s studies and U.S. Latino literature. Her dissertation focuses on the new historical novel written by contemporary Mexican women writers.
Roberto is a PhD student in Latin American literature. He received an MA in romance languages from the University of Memphis (2009) and a BA in anthropology with a concentration in culture and Spanish from the University of California, Riverside (2005). Roberto has also studied film production in Los Angeles, California, and journalism at the Universidad Nacional de Entre Ríos (Argentina). His interests include contemporary Latin American literature, Latin American Studies, film, anthropology, psychoanalysis, and literary theory.