Dr Natasha Tanna
Natasha researches and teaches on modern Spanish, Catalan, and Latin American culture, with a particular focus on gender, sexuality, exile, immigration, and transnational identities. She is especially interested in feminist and queer theory and cultural production. Natasha completed her BA in Modern and Medieval Languages and her MPhil in Latin American Studies at St John’s College, Cambridge between 2005-2010. She then worked at a school in Barcelona and at Imperial College London before returning to St John’s in 2013 to do a PhD.