Doctor in Romanic Philology (Universidad de Murcia, Spain). Her PhD focused on a socioliterary study of Portuguese-origin Sephardic writers. After her one-year research stay in Brazil at the Federal University of Pernambuco, within the framework of the Erasmus Mundus Cruz del Sur cooperation program, she returned to Spain as an Italian lecturer in the department of French, Romanesque, Italian and Arabic Philology in the Universidad de Murcia. She studied at the University of Montpellier III (2008), University of Thessaloniki, (2010), University of Strasbourg (2011) and Gregory VII University in Rome, (2014). She has participated in the Leonardo program at the National Museum of Lisbon (2012) and in the organization and management of the Cuia Conference (Consorcio Universitario Italia Argentina) in Buenos Aires (2016). She has published articles in Spain, France, Brazil, and Portugal. She graduated in Modern Languages and Literatures at Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza (2009), and obtained a Master's degree in Modern Philology at the University of Bologna (2011) and another one in European Literary Cultures at the University of Murcia (2016). She has extensive knowledge and experiences in literature, especially in comparative literature, anthropology, and cultural and philosophical studies. She currently works at Universidad de Alcalá, in the FRONTESPO group (Spanish-Portuguese border: linguistic and bibliographic documentation).