Joselyn Michelle Almeida specializes on the transcultural archive of British and Luso-Hispanic cultures and the relation of global capitalism to slavery and abolition. Her monograph, Reimagining the Transatlantic, 1780-1890 (2011), theorizes the pan-Atlantic as a region of political, material, and cultural interrelations between Britain, Africa, and the non-Anglophone Americas. Almeida is also the editor of Romanticism and the Anglo-Hispanic Imaginary (2010). Her most recent article, “‘Francisco de Miranda,” has just been published in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latino Literature (2020). Almeida’s essays may also be found in journals such as English Literary History, Bulletin for Hispanic and Portuguese Historical Studies, Atlantic Studies, The Byron Journal, Studies in Romanticism, European Romantic Review, The Wordsworth Circle, and various essay collections. She is also the author of a poetry collection in Spanish, Condiciones para el vuelo [Conditions for flight] (2019). Before her current appointment in La Salle Centro Universitario, Madrid, Almeida was Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where she taught Romanticism and literature of the Age of Revolutions, Atlantic Studies, Classical Reception Studies, and Latino literature. She has been the recipient of grants such as Fulbright, National Endowment for the Humanities grant, and a Mellon Sawyer grant (co-PI).