David Yagüe González is a first year graduate student from Texas A&M University in Hispanic Studies. His research interests are US Latino literature, immigration, gender and biopolitics. He has a PhD in African American literature from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2016) with a dissertation that mainly focused in Toni Morrison’s works and trauma. During his research, he worked at Harvard University as a Teaching Assistant at the Romance Languages and Literatures department as an instructor in Spanish. He is a member of the research group “Estudios de género en el ámbito de los países de habla inglesa” from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and co-chair of the research group on Transatlantic Literatures at the Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard. Some of his publications are “House of Fear. Domesticity and Community in Toni Morrison” at the Revista de Estudios Feministas or “Animalidad y Animalización en Amores Perros” in Miriada Hispánica (May 2017).