Natalia Brizuela Copy

Department: Spanish & Portuguese

Natalia Brizuela is Associate Professor of Film & Media and Spanish & Portuguese where she is also affiliated with the Department of Gender & Women’s Studies, the DE in Critical Theory and the CRG. Her work focuses on photography, film and contemporary art, critical theory and aesthetics. She is the author of two photography books, Fotografia e Imperio. Paisagens para um Brasil Moderno (2012), and Depois da fotografia. Uma literatura fora de si (2014), and the co-author of two books that accompany exhibitions she curated, The Matter of Photography in the Americas (2018) and Photography at its Limits (2019). She has co-edited, among others, a special issue of the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies (2015) on Grete Stern and Horacio Coppola and a book of essays on Osvaldo Lamborghini, Y todo el resto es literatura
(2008). With Leticia Sabsay she is the co-editor of the book series “Critical South” (Polity Books) that both translates into English and commissions books of theory from the Global South.