São Paulo - Talk by Dr Joanna Page

São Paulo - Talk by Dr Joanna Page

São Paulo - Talk by Dr Joanna Page
Saturday 26 June 2021, 11.00am -03
Saturday 26 June 2021, 11.00am -03
  • Online event
Hosted by the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Location: 
Zoom Online | View details

Alumni and guests are welcomed to join the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni, for be a talk with Dr Joanna Page, on “Decolonizing Nature in contemporary Brazilian art”

Dr Joanna Page is Director of Studies in MML at Robinson College, Cambridge, where she is Reader in Latin American Literature and Visual Culture. Her research interests include literature, film, graphic fiction and visual arts from Latin America, particularly Argentina, Chile, and Brazil. Many of her recent projects are related to the broader theme of the relationship between science and the arts, but she has also worked on questions of modernity, capitalism, posthumanism, new materialism, decoloniality and environmental thought in Latin America. She was awarded a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship in 2012 and was Principal Investigator for the AHRC-funded international research network "Science in Text and Culture in Latin America" (2014-2016).

Booking information

If you would like to attend this event please contact the Cambridge University Brazilian Alumni using the link below.

Price: 
free

Location

Zoom Online
Sao Paulo
Brazil