- Ph.D. Candidate
- Contemporary Latin America
- College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Spanish & Portuguese
Natalia Camacho is a Ph.D. candidate in Latin American & Cultural Studies at the Department of Spanish & Portuguese. Natalia holds a B.A. in Modern Languages and a M.A. in Spanish. Her current research explores power representations and identities in and through music & literature, with emphasis in contemporary Latin American and transnational narratives examined through the lens of gender identities and subjectivities. She explores cultural productions & Identity with a particular interest in women and gender studies, social agency and Intersectionality.
- 20th & 21st Century Latin American Literatures Music and Film
- Cultural Productions Identity & Intersectionality
- Women & Gender Studies
- Colombian - Latin American & transnational Cultural Productions
- Popular culture & Agency
Awards & Honors —
2020 George Woodyard Fellowship, Spanish & Portuguese Department, University of Kansas.
2021 Robert Granberg Award for Excellence in Teaching, Spanish & Portuguese Department, University of Kansas.