Teacher of English, Upper School
BA University of Houston; MA Boston College; MDiv Harvard University; PhD Brown University
Miguel joins Trinity from The Masters School, where he taught literature and composition, Advanced Placement English, and American studies and also served as a class dean and English department chair. Previously, he taught history and English at the Branson School. Among his other teaching experiences, Miguel designed and taught courses in Latinx literature, sociology, and philosophy at Harvard College, Boston College, and the University of Houston and co-taught in the (MS)2 program at Phillips Academy Andover. While pursuing a PhD in ethics and literature at Brown University, he led discussion sections on Africana studies, politics and religious studies, and served on the editorial board of The Brown Journal of World Affairs. Miguel has also reviewed manuscripts for Theological Studies and has edited scholarly articles and books. His writings have appeared in African American Review; Aztlan: A Journal of Chicano Studies; The Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy; Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality; and Theological Studies. Miguel’s passions include fin-de-siècle decorative arts and fashion.
Trinity Fund Supporter since 2004