Native Tucsonan, first generation Chicana, Spanish heritage speaker, and current PhD Student in the Border Studies Track. Primary research interests include Digital Humanities, Visual Cultural Studies, and Disability Studies. Other personal interests include theory, Latin American history, and politics.
Current research includes the ongoing Syrian conflict and the experience of disabled refugees fleeing from the turmoil. Theorizing the biopolitics and necropolitics of camps and detention centers in relation to disability is also a main research highlight.