An Ecuadorian immigrant raised in the Bronx, NY, George N. Ramírez studies affect, performance, and embodiment within Latine digital culture. Specifically, he focuses on how the sensorial experiences of popular culture help produce Latine collectivity and solidarity. Prior to his time at NYU, George received a B.S. in Physics and History from Yale University, a M.S. in Education from the University of Pennsylvania, and a M.A. in American Studies from The George Washington University. You can find him dancing bachata, hiking upstate, or listening to funk when he's not contemplating futurity.