Andrea V. López (Lima, Perú) is a PhD student in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, with research interests in Colonial Latin American and Early Modern Spanish literature, with emphasis on the chronicles of the Indies, Colonial Hispanic poetry, Medieval Literature, and the medieval cartographic tradition. She would like to focus on the study of the formation and development of an original identity in Latin America as presented in the early written registries of the New World. Also, she is concentrating on the distinct forms of art and representation made by the indigenous population.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH: ‘Licenciatura’ Research Thesis Entre un “caso historial de grande admiración” y un relato ficcional: el episodio de Pedro Serrano como alegoría de la conquista en los Comentarios reales del Inca Garcilaso. (Between a Historical Case of Great Admiration and a Fictional Story: the Pedro Serrano Episode as an Allegory of the Conquest in the Royal Commentaries by the Inca Garcilaso.) Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (2017)
Journal’s researches Tres niveles de asimilación de la alteridad en los naufragios de Jerónimo de Aguilar, Gonzalo Guerrero y Pedro Serrano. (Three Levels of Assimilation of Otherness in the Shipwrecks of Jerónimo de Aguilar, Gonzalo Guerrero and Pedro Serrano) Published in the literature journal Lucerna 7 (2015)