Associate Professor, MSc (London School of Economics), M.A (Middlebury College) Ph.D. (Georgetown University)
Cecily Raynor is an Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and Digital Humanities at McGill University. At the heart of her scholarship is attention to contemporary cultural products, be they textual or visual, analog or digital. Within this framework, her research examines contemporary Latin American literature and digital culture, as well as e-lit and computational humanities. Her first monograph, Latin American Literature at the Millennium: Local Lives, Global Spaces, was published by Bucknell University Press in 2021. She also co-edited Digital Encounters: Envisioning Connectivity in Latin American Cultural Production, a collection published by the University of Toronto Press in 2023.