Natalia Brizuela is Professor of Spanish & Portuguese and Film & Media, and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies. Her work focuses on photography, film and contemporary art, critical theory and aesthetics. She is the author of Fotografia e Império. Paisagens para um Brasil Moderno (Cia das Letras, 2012) and Depois da fotografia. Uma literatura fora de si (Rocco, 2014). With Jodi Roberts she has written two books, Photography at its Limits (OneEditionBooks, 2019) and The Matter of Photography in the Americas (Stanford University Press, 2018), as part of exhibition projects they co-curated, and with Alejandra Uslenghi she has co-edited La cámara como método (Eterna Cadencia, 2021). She has also curated NO SÉ (El templo del sol), a solo exhibition of artist Nuno Ramos at the Parque de la Memoria in Buenos Aires in 2015, and is currently preparing Bits of the Planet, an exhibition and book of critical essays on the work of Waldemar Cordeiro with Rachel Price. She is currently completing a manuscript titled The Refusal of Time: Temporal Harmonies.