Anne Freeland holds a Ph.D. in Latin American and Iberian Cultures from Columbia University(2017), an M.A. in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University (2009), and a B.A. in English Literature from McGill (2007).
Her research and teaching interests include Latin American cultural production and political discourse, intellectuals of the left, Antonio Gramsci, translation, and justice studies. She teaches courses in Primary Texts of Latin American Civilization, Hispanic Cultures II: Enlightenment to the Present,Introduction to the Study of Hispanic Cultures, Rapid Reading and Translation, Intermediate Spanish II and Elementary Spanish I at Columbia University and Hispanic Civilization, Contemporary Social Theory, and Classical Social Theory at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.
Her most recent publication, Towards a History of the National-Popular in Bolivia (translation with afterword of René Zavaleta Mercado, Lo nacional-popular en Bolivia) was released by Seagull Books in 2017.