Stefan Torralba

Research Areas:

Queer of color critique, critical race studies, Asian-American studies, Filipino-American studies, Latinx studies, cinema studies, visual culture, digital media studies, poetics, performance studies

Research Interests:

My work looks comparatively at queer Filipinx-American and queer Latinx cultural productions, encompassing visual culture, literature, film and video, digital media, and performance.

Recent Activity:

Delivered a paper at ACLA 2019 in Georgetown in Washington D.C.; Delivered a paper at PAMLA 2018 in Bellingham, WA; currently serving as the President of the Graduate Students in English Association; currently serving on the (dis)junctions conference planning committee

Service

Design Editor, Asian American x Latinx Journal

Conference Chair, (dis)junctions 2019 Graduate Conference

President, Graduate Students in English Association (2018-2019)

Recent Conferences

“ ‘I’m Real When I Shop My Face’: Gender Glitching in SOPHIE’s ‘Faceshopping.’ ” Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, San Diego, CA, November 2019.

” ‘To Be an Observer’: Materiality and Multimodality in Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric,” American Comparative Literature Association, Washington, D.C., March 2019.