I’m a graduate student in the Spanish section of the PhD in RLL. My early research focused on the work of the Argentine poet Amelia Biagioni under a psychoanalytical and philosophical lens. In my masters dissertation, I utilized a comparative intermedial approach to study the relations between literature, audio-visual arts, and digital technologies within a sample of artistic objects which reimagine Vincent van Gogh’s life and work. My current interests include marginal cultural representations, boundary crossings of géneros (genders/genres), and literature’s intersection with other arts in contemporary narratives produced by women from the Southern Cone. I aim to explore the way in which these writers challenge hegemonic identity politics by embodying alternative ways of narrating and inhabiting neoliberal contexts of socioeconomic exclusion.