Associate Professor of the Department of English Literature at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where she teaches seminars on contemporary narrative in English, including the works of authors such as Banville, Tóibín, Donoghue and Keegan. She was a visiting researcher at UCD from September 2014 to June 2015. Her main research interests focus on contemporary Anglo-Irish literature, the postmodern novel, and contemporary Gothic literature. In 2015, her interview “The Evidential Artist: A Conversation with John Banville” was published by Nordic Irish Studies Journal, Volume 14. The article “Y en la página codo a codo somos mucho más que dos: Banville y Black, multiplicidades autoriales” (“And on the page arm in arm we are much more than two: Banville and Black, Authorial Multiplicities”) in Horizontes teóricos y críticos en torno a la figura autoral contemporánea (Theory and Criticism on Contemporary Authorial Figures), will be published by UNAM in December 2018. She is also the author of El gótico y su legado en el terror. Una introducción a la estética de la oscuridad (Gothic Literature and its Legacy in Horror. An Introduction to the Aesthetics of Darkness, 2017), available in http://generospopulares.filos.unam.mx/descarga-genpop/, as well as Cenicienta. La verdadera historia (Cinderella. The True Story, 2011), and a micro-fiction collection, En el fuego y la miel (In the Fire and Honey, 2004).