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I was born in Montgomeryshire and was raised on the Severn Estuary, but have spent much of my adult life in the Andes. I have lectured at the University of Leeds since 2015, where I currently hold an AHRC Fellowship. I completed my undergraduate and doctoral studies at the University of Cambridge, with the help of a Mallinson Scholarship. I have worked in countries across Europe and the Americas, including Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Spain and the UK. My research is situated at the intersections between culture and history, focusing on the forces that make places and communities. I examine the ways in which these forces are mediated in different articulations, including material cultures, cultural production and creative practices. I question how these expressions converge to create social imaginaries in postcolonial and decolonial environments.

Me: About Me
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