Paul is Senior Lecturer in Latin American Film and Visual Culture at the University of Bristol. His research explores ideas of space, ecology, and belonging in Latin American film and visual media, and he has published on topics across Latin American cultural studies and the environmental humanities.
PhD candidate using oral history to explore the effects of dominant discourses, and in particular northern European/ Western conceptualisations of ‘modernity’.
Rebecca is an anthropologist whose research looks into indigenous cosmologies, coloniality, reproduction and medicine, and citizenship in Latin America. She has worked extensively with the Quechua people of the Peruvian Andes, and more recently with Venezuelan migrants.
Project Partner – Centro de Cine y Creación, Santiago de Chile
Project Mentor – Professor Matthew Brown, Professor in Latin American History, University of Bristol
Professor Catherine Boyle, Professor of Latin American Cultural Studies, King’s College London
Professor Thea Pitman, Professor of Latin American Studies, University of Leeds
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