The Latinx Project Graduate Research Working Group provides enhanced support for a collaborative intellectual community engaged in Latinx studies scholarship. We seek to encourage innovative research and interdisciplinary explorations across departments and disciplines by sharing work and establishing a platform for students interested in getting feedback at different stages of their professional development.
Our inaugural 2018-2019 Group Coordinator is Nicole Eitzen Delgado. Delgado is a Ph.D. candidate in English at New York University, where she studies modern American and Mexican literature, Latinx studies, and women and gender studies (U.S. women of color feminism in particular.) Eitzen Delgado has a Master’s in comparative literature from Dartmouth College and Bachelor of Arts degrees in literary studies and communication and culture from Bethel College. Her current research project looks to captivity narratives of the Latinx nineteenth century and genealogies of liberalism to investigate the formation of early Mexican and Mexican American subjectivity.
Spring 2019 Meet Up Schedule
Students interested in participating can contact Nicole directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.