PhD in Latin American Studies, King’s College London 2016 – 2020
PhD Thesis: Where are the borders? (Re)Imagining the Nation in Contemporary Ecuadorian literature. Examiners: Prof. Philip Swanson, Hughes Professor of Spanish, University of Sheffield; Prof. Claire Tylor, Gilmour Chair of Spanish, University of Liverpool.
· Supervised by Dr Elisa Sampson Vera Tudela and Prof. Catherine Boyle.
· Thesis awarded the 2021 Association of Hispanists of Great Britain & Ireland Annual Publication Prize for Doctoral Students.
MA in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, 2014 – 2015
King’s College London
MA Dissertation: Los que se quedaron: Visibility of the Tradition in Contemporary Ecuadorian Literature (with distinction).
· Awarded Marjorie von Schlippenbach MA and Doctoral bursaries by the Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies.
BA in Journalism, Universidad Casa Grande (Ecuador) 2007 – 2013
Awarded Best Dissertation of the Communication Faculty for research on the impacts of printed media on the audience of visual arts in Guayaquil City.