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Appearances

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Shakespeare and Race
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Interviews, Podcasts, and Panels

Featured Guest

“How We Hear Shakespeare’s Plays with Carla Della Gatta,” Shakespeare Unlimited podcast, Folger Shakespeare Library                          

"The Genre-I: Problem Plays with Carla Della Gatta," A Teenager's Take on Shakespeare

“Shakespeare and Latinidad,” A Bit Lit films

“Viola,” Shakespeare’s Shadows

Romeo and Juliet, School of Dramatic Arts, USC

“Virtually Everything,” Folger Shakespeare Library

Invited Panelist / Podcast Guest

“Shakespeare for Social Justice: Breaking Down Barriers, Dismantling Stereotypes, Challenging Prejudices,” The Equality Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Beyond Borders Alliance, University of Birmingham

“The Mirror and the Veil: A Conversation about Representation, Relevance, and Identity in Twelfth Night,” University of Buffalo

Richard II, Bedrosian Center, Price Center of Public Policy, USC

Antigone, Bedrosian Center, Price Center of Public Policy, USC

Coriolanus, Bedrosian Center, Price Center of Public Policy, USC

Get Out, Price Center of Public Policy, USC

The Shadow of the Wind. Bedrosian Center, Price Center of Public Policy, USC

Romeo & Julietas: All Alike in Dignity,” Diversifying the Classics and UCI New Swan Shakespeare Center

Invited Academic Presentations

2023: Plenary, BritGrad, British Graduate Shakespeare Conference, The Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon

2023: Department of English, University of Texas at San Antonio

 

2023: Newberry Teachers’ Consortium (NTC), Newberry Library, virtual/Chicago

2022: The Pleasure of Teaching Shakespeare (Chapter 8), Bangalore University English Teachers’ Association (BUETA), Seshasdripuram Evening Degree College, virtual/Bangalore, India

 

2021: Unraveling the Bard from Global Perspectives, GGDSD College, Panjab University, virtual/Chandigarh, India

 

2020: Resituating the Comedia, Conference 1: Making Classics: Canonicity and Performance, virtual/UCLA

 

2020: Newberry Teachers’ Consortium (NTC), Newberry Library, virtual/Chicago

 

2019: Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee

 

2018: Keynote, Latinx Shakespeare: A Borderlands Drama Symposium, Texas A&M, San Antonio

 

2018: Keynote, Exploring Resistance through Medieval and Early Modern Culture: Early Modern Colloquium Graduate Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

2017: Department of English, University of Texas El Paso

 

2017: Cardinal & Gold Hispanic Heritage Month, USC, Los Angeles

 

2017: Learning from Women of Color in Academia Mentorship Series, Integrating Diversity and Equality in the Academy Group, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 

2017: Entertaining the Idea: Shakespeare, Philosophy, Performance, Conference 2: Cut Him Out in Little Stars: Romeo and Juliet in Diaspora, UCLA

 

2016: Teaching Shakespeare within Diverse Communities, Florida International University, Miami

 

2016: Shakespeare Across the Divide, Florida International University, Miami

 

2015: Department of English, Whittier College, Whittier

 

2014: Department of English, St. Louis University, Madrid Campus, Madrid, Spain

 

2014: Department of Hispanic Studies, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

 

2012: The History of Cardenio: Spain and England, Then and Now, Indiana University -Purdue University, Indianapolis

 

Conference Plenaries & Curated Panels

2023: Plenary Panel Presenter and Organizer, “Shakespeare en Nuestra América,” Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), Minneapolis

 

2022: Curated Panel, Shakespeare and Race: Spoken Word(s) Symposium, Shakespeare’s Globe, virtual/London

 

2021: Curated Panel, American Society for Theatre Research (ASTR), San Diego

 

2021: Curated Panel, Women and Power Symposium, Shakespeare’s Globe, virtual/London

 

2015: Early Career Plenary, NextGenPlen, Shakespeare Association of America (SAA), Vancouver

 

2014: Seminar on Borderlands and Latino Studies, Newberry Library, Chicago

 

2013: Curated Panel, Translation, Adaptation, and Dramaturgy General Panel, International Federation for  Theatre Research (IFTR), Barcelona

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