Ph.D. - Film and Media Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara
M.A. - Film Studies
Concordia University in Montreal
B.A. - Cinema Studies and Economics
University of Toronto
Transnational media theory, digital labor, border studies, infrastructure studies, and Latin American film and television. Other interests include queer and feminist media studies, science and technology studies, animation, critical theory, and the politics of media piracy.
A Global Cinematic Experience: Cinepolis, Film Exhibition, and Luxury Branding 2019 - publications
Toward a Cinema of Slow Violence 2018 - publications
Pain & Gain, Global Fitness Culture, and the Neoliberal Ascetic Ideal 2018 - publications
The Datalogical Drug Mule 2017 - publications
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas [2017–Present]
Critical Approaches to Networked Cultures, School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Graduate level seminar.
Globalization, Media, and Culture, School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Undergraduate upper level seminar.
Critical Media Theories, School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Undergraduate upper level seminar.
Reading Media Critically, School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication. Undergraduate lower level seminar.
Hispanic/Latino Media & Marketing International Conference
Teaching Latin American Cinemas
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Annual Conference
“The Borders of Virtual Reality”
Embodying the Humanitarian in Immersive Documentary and Virtual Reality
South x Southeast: Decolonizing Global Media Studies
“Spectacles of Tunneling in Popular Media”Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication