Lorena V. Mosquera
- Secretary of GRASP
- Ph.D. Student
- College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Spanish & Portuguese
Lorena V. Mosquera is a Ph.D. student in the department of Spanish and Portuguese. She received a M.A. in Hispanic Studies from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a B.A. in Spanish and Literature from the University of Cauca. She also completed graduate courses in Literature and Culture at Caro & Cuervo institute. Her research interests are contemporary Latin American culture and literature, focused on historic and collective memory, violence, and identity representations.
- Collective memory, post memory, and identity
- Cultural representations of violence and conflict between 20th and 21st centuries in Latin America
- Urban and social configuration
- Dystopia and History in urban spaces.
- Latin American literature and culture
- Cultural representations of conflict
- Social movements in Latin American history
- Language and social constructions