Manuel R. Cuellar is an assistant professor of Spanish and Latin American literatures and cultures at The George Washington University. His research and teaching focus on Mexican literary and cultural studies with an emphasis on race, gender, and sexuality. His current book manuscript, Assemblages of a Festive Nation: Queer Embodiments and Dancing Histories of Mexico, studies dancing bodies in public spaces in order to privilege movement as a means to examine questions of citizen formation and national belonging.

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  • George Washington University

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  • Teaching Community Engaged Scholarship

  • Community Engaged Scholarship

  • Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service

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