Lic. Carolina Ulloa
Carolina Ulloa has a BA degree in English, which she obtained with honors, from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She defended a dissertation on former British poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy’s collection Rapture (2005), which she proposed as a confrontation to the English literary love canon. She is currently a Teacher’s Assistant at the Modern Languages Department in the aforementioned institution, helping to the development of Seminars on Gothic and Postmodern literature, as well as a Seminar on Research Methodology. Carolina is mainly interested in gender studies and Anglo-Irish contemporary literature and is working on her MA project at the moment, which consists on analyzing the relationship between language and body in Eimear McBride’s corpus.