Francesca Dennstedt

Graduate Student, Spanish

Francesca Dennstedt is currently a fifth-year student in the Hispanic Studies program and doing a graduate certificate in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. In her dissertation, potentially titled “Feeling Temporal Displacements: Cuir Female Cultural Production in Mexico XX-XXI,” she examines how queer female culture in Mexico can help us shape and eventually create the possibility of a cuir time. She has published a book chapter titled “Una feminazi, una teibolera y una lesbian: acercamientos al feminismo en la literatura Mexicana actual” and her article “‘Between Utopian Longings and Everyday Failures’: Imagining a Latin American Cuir Future” is forthcoming in the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies.

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