Dr. Cynthia Gabbay is a research associate at Centre Marc Bloch (Humboldt University of Berlin). Her project "Jewish Women Writing Utopia following the Spanish Civil War" has been awarded an Alexander von Humboldt fellowship (2018-2020). Dr. Gabbay received her Ph.D. (2012) in Romanic and Latin American Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her book 'Los ríos metafísicos de Julio Cortázar: de la lírica al diálogo' has been published in 2015. Currently, she is working on the manuscript: 'Street Art in Buenos Aires: Symbols of a Revolution' and she is about to publish the edited volume 'Jewish Imaginaries of the Spanish Civil War: In Search of Poetic Justice'. She has been a research associate at the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace between 2011 and 2018. She has been also a research associate in the European Research Council project "Apartheid-The Global Itinerary: South African Cultural Formations in Transnational Circulation, 1948-1990", directed by Prof. Louise Bethlehem (HUJI), where she studied the poetry of Nancy Morejón in solidarity with the resistance against South African apartheid. Her research interests are modern and contemporary Latin American poetry and literature, political art, Latin American Jewish literature, semiotics and metafiction.