Brooke Kipling

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Position Title
PhD Student

Unit
Spanish

724 Sproul Hall
Bio

EDUCATION AND DEGREE(S)

  • B.A. in Languages and Literature, Bard College

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

SPA 001, 002, 003

RESEARCH INTEREST(S)

  • Decolonization through land relationality, Indigenous Feminist methodologies, Alternative futurities, borderless futures, resistances to neoextractivism and land dispossession in Central America, Central American migration

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

“Trauma in the Courtroom: Maya Ixil Testimonies in the Ríos Montt Trial as Witnessed in ‘Dictator in the Dock’” Brújula, Contemporary Performance in Latin America, vol. 12, 2018

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Hemispheric Institute of the Americas Summer Field Research Award, 2019
  • Humanizing Deportation Summer Grant, 2018, 2019
  • UC Davis Spanish Department Summer Teaching Award, 2018
  • The Cristina R. Tarsell Bard College Service Award, 2015, Humanitarian Service and Bridge Building
  • Thomas Thompson Trust Scholarship, 2013-2015, Community Engagement
  • Mary and Richard Sugatt Scholarship, 2013, Academics and Leadership

 

Department of Spanish and Portuguese