David Tenorio is Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures, and Faculty Affiliate with the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program, the Graduate Program in Cultural Studies, and the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. His research is situated at the intersection of sexuality studies, Latin American and Caribbean cultural studies, performance studies, affect theory, and new materialisms. His current book project examines the queer ecologies shaping nightlife in twenty-first century Mexico, as well as the intimacies that challenge modern notions of sexual citizenship. Moreover, Dr. Tenorio has been involved in various Digital Humanities projects (www.sexualidadescampesinas.ucdavis.edu; www.queerutopias.org) and currently serves as an Editorial Board member for the Interdisciplinary Journal on Latin American Studies Brújula (www.brujula.ucdavis.edu), as a Sub-editor for the Caribbean Studies Association Newsletter, as well as Co-Chair of the Latin American Studies Association Sexualities Section. He has been the recipient of various grants and awards, including the Bejel-Gibbs Graduate Award, the Humanities Program Fellowship, the Humanities Arts & Cultural Studies Dean’s Fellowship, the University of California CUBA Initiative Research Grant, the Mellon Public Scholar Fellowship, the Professors for the Future Fellowship, the University of California Institute for Mexico and the United States Research Grant, and the University of Miami’s Cuban Heritage Collection Conference Award.