Georgina Wilson is currently a post-baccalaureate student of Spanish at the University of North Florida, from which she also holds a BA in psychology. Her areas of interest include early colonial Latin America, Spanish colonial history in what is now the U.S., twentieth-century Iberian and Latin American literature and the psychology of biculturalism. Her most recent project deals with the digital editing and translation of archival documents from the Second Spanish Period of colonial Florida related to Fort. St. Nicholas. The project is published jointly by coloniaLab and the North Florida Editorial Workshop.