Tatiana Navallo holds a PhD in Hispanic Literature from the University of Montreal, where she is a lecturer. She is also an affiliate member of the Latin American Research Network (RELAM) and an associate reseacher of the Laboratoire interdisciplinaire d’études latino-américaines (LIELA, UQAM). Her research focuses on Hispanic print culture and travel literature in the Spanish-American colonial period. She is also interesed in autobiographical and historical fiction in contemporaty literature. Her research findings have been presented at international colloquia and academic conferences. Dr. Navallo’s published work includes her book, Miradas hacia los márgenes. Dinámicas de la cultura impresa en el Río de la Plata (1801-1807) (2013), part of the Penelope Academic Press Hispano-American Collection. More recently she acted as editor and co-editor for special issues of jurnals Visitas al Patio (2018), Hispanic Studies Review (2018) and Letras Hispanas: Revista de Literatura y Cultura (2018), as well as she wrote a chapter of Vues transversales/Récits visuels. Panorama de la scène artistique latino-québécoise(Centre d’histoire de Montréal, CIDIHCA, LatinArte, CALQ 2018).