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Alexander holds a Master’s degree in Spanish Literature from the University of Oxford, where he focused on olvido (forgetfulness and oblivion) in the works of Borges. He comes to Cornell to continue developing his research interests in twentieth century and contemporary Latin American literature, hoping to continue investigating on memory and olvido, presence and absence, and how such olvido might be a positive and necessary part of rewriting the past. His other interests include the intersections of philosophy and Latin American literature, especially its intersections with German existentialism and classical Greek philosophy.
- Romance Studies