Nicole Eitzen Delgado

Nicole Eitzen Delgado is a third year English Ph.D. student and recitation instructor at New York University. Her research interests include race and gender in modern American literature; subalternity and revolutionary thought in 20th century Mexican, Central American, and Caribbean literature; women of color feminism; and queer of color critique.

While at Dartmouth, Eitzen Delgado assistant taught for introductory courses in the Comparative Literature and Latino/a Studies departments and wrote her Master’s essay on Chicana feminist subjectivity in the digital age. Her current project– which explores the theoretical possibilities of resistance without privileging the subject– traces decolonial thought in contemporary fiction by Karen Tei Yamashita, Leslie Marmon Silko, Ana Castillo, Patricia Powell, and Laura Esquivel.