Adrián Pérez Melgosa is Associate Professor of Hispanic Languages and Literature at Stony Brook University. His work centers on the transnational and cross-cultural dynamics that get captured in the cinema of Anglo and Latin America and Spain. His articles have appeared in Social Text, Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies, and Latin American Literary Review, among other journals. His book Cinema and Inter-American Relations: Tracking Transnational Affect was published by Routledge in 2012 and has been reprinted in 2014. He has coauthored the edited collection Revisiting Jewish Spain in the Modern Era (Routledge 2013). He is currently at work in two research projects. The first one, co-written with Daniela Flesler, is entitled The Memory Work of Sepharad: New Inheritances for Twenty-First Century Spain. It undertakes a critical study of the many Spanish cultural and touristic initiatives articulated around the memory of the country’s medieval Jewish past. The second, The Social and Cultural Map of Latino Long Island, is a digital humanities project which, through a combination of statistical data and oral-history, maps the transnational histories of migration of the local Latino Community.