- Ph.D, Romance Languages and Literatures - Spanish, University of Michigan
Talía Dajes is Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Utah. She specializes in contemporary Latin American literature and culture. Her research focuses on the connection between aesthetics, memory, and political violence in the context of Peru and the Andean region. She has published articles and essays about Peruvian literature, film, visual culture, and performance in a variety of volumes and academic journals.