Rachel Randall

Position: PhD Candidate
Institution: University of Cambridge
Geographical area: South America

Research areas: Latin American studies; Brazilian, Chilean and Colombian cinema; film theory; theories of childhood; gender; and cultural studies


Research: The working title of my PhD thesis is: ‘Childhood and Adolescence in Contemporary Brazilian, Chilean and Colombian Film: Space, Politics and Agency (1995-2013)’.

Relevant Publications

‘Childhood, Movement and Play: An Analysis of Child Agency and Heterotopia in Linha de Passe (2008) and Los colores de la montaña (2010)’ in Bulletin of Latin American Research, Vol.34, No.2 (March 2015).URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/blar.12295/full

‘Agency, Performance and Social Recognition in Priscila Padilla’s La eterna noche de las doce lunas’ in Screening Minors in Latin American Cinema, edited by Carolina Rocha and Georgia Seminet (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014), pp.179-94.

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