Glenda MejiaMember

Glenda Mejía is a Lecturer in Spanish Language Studies at RMIT University, and the Coordinator of the Spanish Program. Currently she is doing research in the representation of women, violence and cross-borders in Mexican Cinema. Her later article in this area is “The impact of power domains on irregular migrants as seen in La vida precoz y breve de Sabina Rivas.” Glenda’s research interests include: women studies, Latin American Cinemas, place-making, language and identity, and Spanish-speaking migration in Australia. At present, she is also conducting an ethnographic research project: ‘Senses of Place: the experience of Catalans and Spanish-speaking people in Melbourne’.

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