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Beatriz Jaguaribe

Professor at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She is an expert in the artistic production of urban Brazil. Among her publications feature the books, Fins de século: cidade e cultura no Rio de Janeiro (Rocco, 1998), Mapa do maravilhoso (Sextante Artes, 2001), and Rio de Janeiro: Urban Life through the Eyes of the City (Routledge, 2014). In 2004 she received the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship. She has been a visiting professor at Princeton, The New School for Social Research, New York University, Stanford University, among other academic institutions. She is also a researcher at the CNPq in Brazil. She is currently finishing a research project on the photographic and cartographic endeavors and imaginaries of the Rondon Commission in Brazil.

Update: 14 December 2021


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Beatriz Jaguaribe

Masks: ecstasy, anonymity and contagion

Urban cracks

Segregation and Counterculture in Brazil

Urban Cracks

Segregation and Counter-culture in Brazil