Project: “A Transatlantic Dialogue: the Mexican Revista Moderna and its Relations with the German Magazine Jugend and the Mercure de France (1898-1911)”
(2005-2010) Bachelor in Hispanic Language and Literature (Honours), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
(2010-2012) Master-Degree of Literature (Mexican), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
(2010-2011) Associate Professor (“A”) in the Faculty of Philosophy and Art, in the Degree in Hispanic Language and Literature, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
Subjects: Spanish Grammar.
(2008-2010) Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Philosophy and Art, in the Degree in Hispanic Language and Literature, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City.
Subjects: Spanish Grammar.
(2008-2011) Representative of Permanent Rhetoric Studies Seminar of the Mexican Section of The International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR).
(2009) Scholarship in the Research Project "Representations, Speeches and Intellectual Traditions of Men of Letters in the Hispanic World in ninetieth century. Study and critical documentation" UNAM-DGAPA-PAPIIT In 402109-3.
The project of my thesis focuses on Revista Moderna (1898-1911), Mexican’s foremost literary and cultural journal of the late Nineteenth Century and of the early Twentieth century. My main aim is concerned with the problem of reading and interpreting the content of this journal, which is a fusion of fiction, poetry, essay, philosophy, plastic, history and social commentary, in dialogue with its European counterparts such as the German magazine Jugend (1896-1940). Both journals found a model in the French magazine Mercure de France (1890-1933).
This research is divided in two parts. To begin with, I will discuss the process of cultural and editorial politics of the Revista Moderna as well as the set of a literary Canon by the group of Mexican writers. Some of them had cultural links with the German magazine Jugend and the French magazine Mercure de France. Secondly, I will discuss the initiative of the Revista Moderna to be part of the Western criticism in order to build a proper global 'modernity' from Mexico.
“La ironía en ‘La alegría de la muerte’ de Bernardo Couto Castillo”, in Memorias del II Coloquio Internacional de Retórica (Bitácora de Retórica), Mexico: UNAM, 2011.
“Cronología de Vicente Riva Palacios” (anexo),in El patriarca de las letras mexicanas. Vicente Riva Palacios, Esther Martínez Luna (ed.), (Biblioteca americana), Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, f,l,m y UNAM, 2012.
“Octavio Paz y el modernismo”,Revista Separata(Special edition in the Octavio Paz’s anniversary ), 2014.
“Un viaje intelectual. La tejedora de coronas”, in Cartografía intelectual. Literatura de viaje en América Latina, Toluca: Universidad del Estado de Mexico, 2014.