I am currently working on a practice-based interdisciplinary PhD called 'A fictional poetic archive'. Through a fictional prose narration, based on elements of autoethnography, I explore the current Nicaraguan crisis from the perspective of a young cuir feminist who is forced to return to her other country, the UK. This is intervwoven with letters and poetry from past-present hauntings from the times of British patriarchal colonialism on the Central American Caribbean shore. The critical writing examines the relationship between complex temporalities, memory and the imaginary from a decolonial feminist perspective.
Interests: transnationalism, coloniality, Latin American decolonial feminism, social justice movements, literature/art/music as sites of resistance/enacted imaginaries, scriptwriting for radio and TV drama, oral histories, feminist participatory action research, reflective and creative methodologies.
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