Senior professor at the Academic Department of Humanities, attached to the School of Business Sciences. Holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Philology from UNED (Spain) and a Licentiate Title in Linguistics and Literature with a major in Hispanic literatures from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
She was the winner of the Extraordinary Research Award 2013-2014 granted by UNED, Madrid (Spain). She is part of Universidad del Pacífico Research Center, where she runs the “Proyecto Estudios Indianos” (Indiano Studies Project) (www.estudiosindianos.org) in coordination with the Centro de Estudios Indianos (CEI, Indiano Studies Center) of Universidad de Navarra (Spain). This project develops initiatives related to the management and dissemination of the colonial textual and artistic heritage. In addition, she is Co-director of Centro de Estudios Indianos de la Universidad de Navarra (Indiano Studies Center of Universidad de Navarra). She is a member of the International Association of Hispanists (AIH) and the Golden Age International Association (AISO).
Her areas of expertise revolve around colonial (16th, 17th and 18th centuries), religious and devotional literature, colonial lyric, textual criticism (ecdotics), metrics and rhythm, morphology, syntax and academic writing. At Universidad del Pacífico, she is in charge of mandatory courses: Remedial Language, Language I and Language II; and elective courses: Literature and Society in the Spanish and Hispano-American Golden Age.
Spanish and Hispano-American Golden Age Literature (16th, 17th and 18th centuries), religious and devotional literature, vice regal lyric, textual criticism (ecdotics), metrics and rhythm, morphology, syntax and academic writing.