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I am a linguistic anthropologist and PhD candidate at UC Berkeley, currently finishing my dissertation, which examines multilingualism and language politics in Mexico. I have a BA in anthropology and linguistics, was an exchange student in high school, and lived abroad with my family as a child. The cumulation of these experiences has provided me with a pointed propensity for translation in many forms, from the interactional interpreting (whether formalized or not) inherent to multilingual communities, to written translation on an academic level. My current strongest language pair is Spanish - English; I am living in Mexico City and hope to become increasingly engaged with ongoing projects to translate more academic work by Latin American scholars into English for the purposes of publication.
Keywords: spanish, social science, anthropology, philosophy, italian, french