Cecily Raynor is an Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies and Digital Humanities at McGill University, in Montreal, Canada, where she works in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Dr. Raynor conducts research on the evolution of national and transnational literatures, the expansion of the spaces of nation in contemporary fiction, as well as comparative and world literatures. The working title of her book manuscript is Global Spaces in Latin American Literature. In her most recent project, she examines digital cultural production and new media in Latin America, tracking the development of post-national spaces and readership communities on the web. Regionally she focuses on the Southern Cone, particularly Brazil, Chile and Argentina.