Ph.D. and M.A. in Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University. M.A. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures, UCLA. B.A. in Spanish, French, Italian Languages and Literatures, Scripps College.
Professor González has given conferences, publishes, and works on cultural and literary production in early modern Spain, as well as exchanges between Spain, Italy, and the broader Hispanic world. She is interested in visual and material culture, the picaresque and its translations, multilingual texts, and the construction of identities. She has taught at Harvard University, UCLA, La Jolla Country Day’s Upper School, and the Complutense. Her successful teaching in languages and literatures has been recognized by UCLA and Harvard University. Professor González has been a fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Renaissance Study, the Villa Itatti (Florence). Dr. González is currently part of the faculty at IE University’s Departments of Languages and Humanities, ICEX CECO’s Masters program, and sits on the board of the Foundation at Northgate González Supermarkets.