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Anna Corrigan

Anna Corrigan

St. Edmund's College
ac919@cam.ac.uk

Research:

My research concerns the relationship between photography and politics in the Southern Cone. At Cambridge, I research the history and development of photomontage in Argentina in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. By examining photographic disruption, circulation and intervention, I hope to illustrate how and why this medium has come to punctuate a range of social and political transformations in the country.

Biography:

I am funded by the Gates Cambridge programme and based at the Centre for Latin American Studies. In 2016, I received an Erasmus Mundus Masters degree from the University of St. Andrews, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. This was funded by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission. In 2014, I graduated summa cum laude from Cornell University with a BA in Comparative Literature. Prior to beginning my postgraduate work at Cambridge, I lived in Berlin and worked as a copyeditor. 

Supervisor: Dr. Joanna Page