(Full CV here)

Education

Johns Hopkins University, Political Science, PhD Candidate, current

Vassar College, International Studies, B.A. with General and Departmental Honors, Minor in French, 2008

Teaching

(Sole Instructor)

“Thinking Critically Through the Global South,” Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2018

“Feminism and Queer Theory,” Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2017

“Thinking Critically Through the Global South,” Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2016

“Postcolonialism, Postdevelopment: Renewing Politics through Critical Thinking,” Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2016

“Advanced Portuguese II: Language and Literature,” Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2015

“Latin America Otherwise: Voicing Dissent,” Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2015

Presentations

“Embodying Multiple Worlds: on the Political Significance of the Ontological Turn in the Social Sciences, Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco , 2018

“Colonialidad del Saber y Anglocentrismo: El Racismo Epistémico ‘Oculto’ de las Relaciones Internacionales” (Roundtable in Spanish), International Studies Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 2018

“Perspectivism and Non-Human Agency in the Politics of Development,” Latin American Studies Association Annual Congress, Lima, Peru, 2017

“Contending Cosmologies and the Politics of Development,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, 2016

“Interrogating Development and its Discontents in the Brazilian Amazon,” International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 2014

Awards and Fellowships

Dean’s Teaching Prize, Johns Hopkins University, 2018

Program in Women, Gender and Sexuality Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2017

Dean’s Teaching Prize, Johns Hopkins University, 2016

Dean’s Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2015

Program in Latin American Studies, Research Grant, Johns Hopkins University, 2014, Declined

Program in Latin American Studies Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, 2014

Elloise Ellery Fellowship for Graduate Study, Vassar College, 2009

Ann Cornelisen Fellowship for Language Study, Vassar College, 2006

Languages

Portuguese : Native

English : Fluent

Spanish : Fluent

French : Advanced