Joanna Page is Director of CRASSH and Professor of Latin American Studies at the University of Cambridge. Her research interests are generally connected to the relationship between science and culture in Latin America, but she has also worked on questions of memory, modernity, capitalism, posthumanism, new materialism, decoloniality, ecology, and environmental thought.
She has published Crisis and Capitalism in Contemporary Argentine Cinema (Duke University Press, 2009), Creativity and Science in Contemporary Argentine Literature (University of Calgary Press, 2014, PDF available on open access), Science Fiction in Argentina (University of Michigan Press, 2016, digital version available on open access), Posthumanism and the Graphic Novel in Latin America, co-authored with Ed King (UCL Press, 2017, PDF available on open access) and Decolonizing Science in Latin American Art (UCL Press, 2021, PDF available on open access). A further monograph, Decolonial Ecologies: The Reinvention of Natural History in Latin American Art, is currently under review for publication. Her research has been funded by the British Academy and the AHRC.
For a fuller list of publications, please visit Joanna Page’s profile on the Latin American Studies website.