My book, Posthegemony, was published by the University of Minnesota Press and won honorable mention in the MLA’s Katherine Singer Kovacs Prize for “an outstanding book published in English or Spanish in the field of Latin American and Spanish literatures and cultures.” A Spanish translation came out with Paidós. I have also published many articles and reviews, presented at dozens of conferences and universities, and (sporadically) maintain a blog that is likewise called Posthegemony.

My current book projects include “American Ruins,” on the significance of six ruined sites from Alberta, Canada, to Santiago de Chile. I am also working on a project on “The Latin American Multitude,” which traces the relationships between Caribbean piracy and the Spanish state, and indigenous insurgency and the discourse of Latin American independence.