Kristina Escondo, Experts Bureau, Associate Professor of Spanish
Kristina Escondo is currently an associate professor of Spanish. Her research explores the relationship between Latin America and Asia with a focus on Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Philippines. In particular, she is interested in questions of women in militant/military roles in anti-colonial revolutions, coloniality of power, decolonializing methodologies, border identities, and transoceanic approaches to Latin America.
Areas Of Expertise
- Revolution and anti-coloniality
- Race and Ethnic Studies
- Filipino literatures and cultures
- Latin-America-Asia (Transoceanic) Studies
- Caribbean literatures and cultures
- Coloniality of power
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