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Vialcary Crisóstomo Tejada
Assistant Professor of Spanish & Hispanic Studies

Vialcary Crisóstomo Tejada is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies with a specialization on Latin American Literatture and Latinx Stduies. Her research focus on contemporary Afro-Caribbean literature and Decolonial Feminism.

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  • Spanish and Hispanic Studies
  • Languages and Cultures


  • Ph.D University of Connecticut; M.A./B.A New York University

Decolonial Feminism; Caribbean Literature; Latin American Studies; Latinx Studies; Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Philosophy of Culture, Race and Racism


2020 “Fanon y la literatura: L’œil se noie un prólogo a Peau noire, masques blancs.Revista EntreLetras, vol. 11.2.

2019 “Le jour où le gouvernement dominicain a privé la communauté dominico-haitienne de son humanité.” AlterPresse, 22 September 2019.

Book Chapters

2020 “Masculinidad dominicana: La precariedad del sujeto no masculino,” El hombre triangulo. (Forthcoming). Rey Emmanuel Andújar. Isla Negra, 2019

2017 “Oscar Wao: Un nuevo espacio dominicano.” Crisis, Diálogos y Desafíos en el Gran Caribe. Ed. Alfonso Múnera and Muriel Vanegas. Universidad de Cartagena Instituto Internacional de Estudios del Caribe, 2017, 32-40.

Modern Language Association (MLA)
Dominican Studies Association (DSA)
Latin American Studies Association Conference (LASA) North Central Council of Latin Americanists (NCCLA)

I teach at Earlham because of commitment the College have to educating critical thinkers and to encourage political action as an essential component of pedagogy.

Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts and sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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