Guillermo López-Prieto is a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Literatures and Cultural Studies with a minor in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. His dissertation investigates literary representations of the dead in late twentieth and early twenty-first century Latin American narratives. Guillermo’s interdisciplinary approach to literary criticism is underscored by his interest in food studies, political theory, translation, and digital humanities (data mining and critical making methodologies). As a founding member and editor of Hiedra Magazine, Guillermo has many years of experience in academic publishing, which more recently includes working with IU Press’ peer-reviewed publication Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures. Currently, Guillermo is the 2021-22 Future Faculty Teaching Fellow in Butler University’s Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures.
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Literatures