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Grafiti colorido


My teaching focuses on Latin American History and Sexual Diversity. My courses have an interdisciplinary approach that includes perspectives from visual culture studies, decolonial and feminist theory, and Indigenous studies.

University of Toronto


  • History of Sexual Diversity in Latin America (Winter 2023)

  • LGBT Liberation: Archives, Periodicals, and Visual Culture (Fall 2022)

  • Revolutions and Nations in Latin America (Fall 2020)​

  • Latin America: The National Period (Summer 2020)

University of Guelph


  • Republican Latin America  (Winter 2022)

University of Toronto

Teaching Assistant

  • Introduction to Latin America: Current Issues (2022)

  • Latin America: The National Period (2020, 2022)

  • Latin America: The Colonial Period (2019; 2020; 2021)

  • Gender and Sexuality in the US 1945-Present (2018)

  • Indigenous and Early Colonial Caribbean History (2018)

  • Gender, Race, and Science (2017)

  • US History since 1607 (2016-2017)


Antonio Turok, Demolition of Diego Mazariegos’ Statue
Chiapas, Mexico, 1992

Invited Lectures


“Transnational Gay Liberation: Canada and Latin America in the 1970s.” Delivered in the undergraduate course “Canada and the World—HISC46H3F,” taught by Dr. Simon Vickers, Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough, 2020.



“Estudiar historia hoy.” Facultad de Estudios Superiores Acatlán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2020.


“Transnational Solidarity Networks in the Era of Gay Liberation: The Making of Gay Communities in North America (1970s-1980s).” Centre for the Study of the United States, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto, 2019.



“Race, Gender, and the Nation in the Mexican Gay Press (1985-1989).” Delivered in the graduate course “Coloniality, Race, and Heteropatriarchy: Perspectives from Abya Yala—SJE5010HF,” taught by Dr. Vannina Sztainbok. Department of Social Justice Education, OISE, University of Toronto,  2018.

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