Zemurray-Stone Senior Professor of the Practice at Tulane University (New Orleans, Louisiana)
I. Carolina Caballero holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Latin American Studies and Spanish and Portuguese at Tulane University where she teaches courses on Spanish language, Latin American and Latinx literatures and cultures. As Associate Director of the Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute she develops academic programming on campus and promotes and leads study abroad opportunities in Cuba. Carolina specializes in contemporary Caribbean and Latinx literatures, particularly Cuban and Cuban-American theater and performance. She has presented and published articles on the textual representation of gender, exile and diasporic identities, among other topics, in Latin American Theatre Review, Tablas and La Gaceta de Cuba. She also wrote the prologue to the anthology Teatro cubano actual. Dramaturgia escrita en los Estados Unidos (II), published by Tablas Alarcos in Havana, Cuba. In her latest endeavor, Carolina was one of the producers behind Open Channels 2021, an international online encounter of popular theater artists, academics, and students from the Caribbean and its diaspora.