Rocío Quispe-Agnoli is Professor of Indigenous Latin American Studies with a primary emphasis on the colonial period (1492-1800) at Michigan State University. She also studies and teaches about Indigenous authors and artists of the Americas up into the early decades of the 20th century. Rocío is committed to develop cross-cultural and global understanding and is a member of various collaborative projects at Michigan State University and beyond. For more information about her academic work and professional activities, visit https://rocioquispeagnoli.com/
Daniel Trego is an Educational Technology Specialist and holds positions in the Center for Language Teaching Advancement, and the College of Arts and Letters at Michigan State University. He regularly teaches Spanish language courses, works on curriculum development and is engaged in a number of technology and media-based projects across other departments within the College.
During 2018-2019 Nadav Pais-Greenapple, a former student at Michigan State University (Film Studies, Department of English) worked with us as a Digital Media Intern in the College of Arts and Letters.