Carolina Rocha is professor of Spanish at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. She specializes in contemporary Argentine, Uruguayan and Brazilian cinema. She is the author of Masculinities in Contemporary Argentine Popular Cinema (2012). In addition, she has coedited several volumes: Violence in Argentine Literature and Film (2010, with Elizabeth Montes Garcés), New Trends in Argentine and Brazilian Cinema (2011, with Cacilda Rêgo), Representing History, Class and Gender in Spain and Latin America: Children and Adolescents in Film (2012, with Georgia Seminet), Modern Argentine Masculinities (2013), Screening Mirrors in Latin American Cinema (2014, with Georgia Seminet) and, more recently, Contemporary Latin American Cinema: Resisting Neoliberalism? (2018, with Claudia Sandberg).