Lorena Rizzo is a senior lecturer at the Center for African Studies, and the Principal Investigator in a project entitled Aesthetics from the Margins. She is a historian of Namibia and South Africa, with a special interest in visual history and theory, gender history, and aesthetics in the colony and postcolony. At the University of Basel, she teaches courses in African history, African photography, and gender and visuality in colonial and postcolonial Africa.
Women photographers, and black African women photographers in particular, are largely absent from early histories of the medium. This is slowly changing
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