Pavel Andrade

Ph.D. Candidate, Hispanic Studies

My research focuses on neoliberal violence and capital accumulation in contemporary Latin American literature. I am interested in narrative as a representational space for economic and political violence, as well as for the geographical processes that have characterized dependent capitalism over the last 25 years.




Research Interests: 
  • 20th and 21st Century Latin American literature
  • Mexican literary and cultural studies
  • Marxism and marxist dependency theory
  • Latin American studies
  • Economic and world history
Courses Taught: 

SPAN 223, Intro to Literary Analysis (Fall 2018)

SPAN 140, Intermediate Spanish II (Spring 2018)

SPAN 121, Accelerated Elementary Spanish (Fall 2017)


Graduate Certificate in Latin American Studies (2018)

M.A. Hispanic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (2017)

B.A. Latin American Studies, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)


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