Entered Fall 2016
Nancy Lee Roane works on Southern Cone and Brazilian cinema and written culture from the post-dictatorship era to today. Her research seeks to understand how art interacts with media, technology, and the environment and expresses unseen relationships between them. She is the Graduate Fellow for Undergraduate Research Programs at CURF. In the past, she has been a 2018-19 Graduate Fellow of the Penn Program in the Environmental Humanities, co-organizer of the Intensive theory reading group and the Comparative Literature Speaker Series "Theorizing", and a Spanish language instructor for the Romance Languages Department at Penn.