Another focus of my work lies in Gender Studies and Queer Theory. So far, I have primarily engaged with the theory and practice of queer writing among modern Latin American authors. This has resulted in essays on Pedro Lemebel, and Gloria Anzaldúa (dossier on La actualidad de Gloria Anzaldúa. Nuevas Lecturas de Borderlands/La Frontera in print). In addition to queer writing traditions, I am particularly interested in the methodology of Queer Reading and in the concept of Queer Temporality. I am currently working on articles exploring those concepts in French 19th-Century Literature and Latin American theory.
• Haunted by Sappho. Queer Temporalities in the Belle Époque, Paper for Conference on Untimely Encounters. Queer Temporalities and the Reception of Graeco-Roman Antiquity, Gießen
• Literature and Queer Studies, Block Seminar at Goethe University Frankfurt
• Guest Lecture on Queer Literature in Portugal
• Guest Lecture on Trans*Politics in Brazilian Literary and Epistemic History (19th-21st Century)