Doctoral researcher in Comparative Studies of Literature in Portuguese Language (USP), with a master’s degree in the same department. Graduated in Social Communication – Journalism at Casper Líbero College (2007) with book on Portuguese colonialism, Mozambique and Mia Couto’s fiction. Also attended the Faculty of History at University of São Paulo (2002-2005).
Since 2005 develops research in areas such as: Hispanic-American and Portuguese Literature, with an emphasis on Iberianism, Portuguese colonialism, Portuguese Africa and Hispanic America. Also investigates the tradition of dialectical cultural criticism, especially Antonio Candido, Roberto Schwarz, Ángel Rama, Beatriz Sarlo, György Lukács and Theodor Adorno.
As author, developed work in drama with Fabrica Theater Company, having premiered in 2009, at SESC – Paulista, the play The Mermaid’s Other Foot, based on Mia Couto’s novel. Currently, his research focuses on the formation of modern narrative in the periphery.