Elena Salamanca

Elena Salamanca is a Salvadoran writer and historian currently pursuing a PhD in history at El Colegio de México. Her research interests concern the intersection of gender, memory, exile, and citizenship in the context of relations between Mexico and Central America. She has published poetry and fiction, including Tal Vez Monstruos, Landsmoder, and Siempre Vivas.
Kneeling Before Corn Kneeling Before Corn
Kneeling Before Corn

Kneeling Before Corn

Recuperating More-than-Human Intimacies on the Salvadoran Milpa

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