bio | Javiera Manzi is a sociologist and archivist at the University of Chile. Independent researcher, curator, teacher and feminist activist. She works on the crossroads between art, politics and visual culture of social movements in Latin America and networks of international solidarity during the 1970s. She is currently investigating the muralist brigades in exile and preparing a book on the cultural coordinators in Chile during the 1970s and 1980s. She is one of the spokespersons for the Coordinadora Feminista 8M in Chile and part of the coordinating team of the platform Red Conceptualismos del Sur. Co-author of the book Resistencia gráfica a la dictadura en Chile APJ-Tallersol (LOM, 2016), she has written about feminist readings of the Chilean revolt in La Internacional Feminista. Luchas en los territorios y contra el neoliberalismo (Tinta Limón, 2020) and Por una Constitución Feminista ( Libros del Pez Espiral 2020).
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