David is a Doctoral Candidate of Gender and Sexuality at the Ph.D. Program in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has also served as Adjunct Lecturer, Administrative College Assistant and Scholarly Communications Fellow.
Doctor of Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Certificate in Critical Theory, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Master of Philosophy, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Master of Arts, The City College of New York, CUNY
Bachelor of Arts, Hunter College, CUNY
Associate of Arts, Nassau Community College, SUNY
Gender and Sexuality; Culture, Power and Politics; Visual Practices, Literacies, and Objects; Late Medieval and Renaissance Spain; New World Baroque and Neobaroque; Latin American Vanguards and Post-Boom, Latinx and Jotería
Gender and Sexuality; Culture, Power and Politics; Visual Practices, Literacies, and Objects; Late Medieval and Renaissance Spain; New World Baroque and Neobaroque; Latin American Vanguards and Post-Boom; Latinx and Jotería.
Present, Scholarly Communications Fellow, Graduate Center Digital Initiatives, GC-CUNY
Present, Administrative College Assistant, PhD Program in History, GC-CUNY
2019, Program Representative, Doctoral Student Council, GC-CUNY
2019, Digital Media Manager, Doctoral Student Conference, LAILAC-GC
2018, Organization Chairperson, Colombian Studies Group, GC-CUNY
2018, Program Chairperson, Peer Mentors Program, LAILAC-GC
2018, Conference Event Graphic Designer, Doctoral Student Symposium, GC-CUNY
2018, Conference Event Coordinator, Promise & Perils of Democracy Project-GC
2017, Conference Chairperson, Doctoral Student Conference, LAILAC-GC
2013, Editor-In-Chief, La Revista de la Academia, Hunter College-CUNY
2012, President, La Academia Literaria, Hunter College-CUNY
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. “Baroque Exuberance and Queer Resistance in Sarduy.” Nuevas ideas sobre Cuba. Hypermedia. (forthcoming)
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. “Queer Transmutation and Disembodiment in Sarduy.” REGS. (submitted)
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. “Trans Affirmation and Inclusion in Perlongher’s Inner City.” Ciberletras, no. 43, 2020.
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. “Seropositivo: Queer Solidarity and Survival in Severo Sarduy’s Fiction.” LL Journal, vol. 14, no. 2, 2019.
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. Review of Paper Cadavers: The Archives of Dictatorship in Guatemala, by Kirsten Weld. LL Journal, vol. 12, no. 1, 2017.
Jaramillo Gil, Huber. Review of Baroque Sovereignty: Carlos De Sigüenza y Góngora and the Creole Archive of Colonial Mexico, by Ana More. LL Journal, vol. 10, no. 2, 2015.