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Dr Brigid Lynch

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Brigid Lynch recently started at CEDLA as a Postdoctoral Researcher in Latin American Popular Culture and Society. Her research focuses on the cultural history of the theme park in Argentina during the period 1950-2017, and, more broadly, on how strategies of theming and immersion in cultural heritage spaces throughout the Southern Cone promote ideas of citizenship and belonging.

Brigid completed her PhD at the University of St Andrews, Scotland, in 2018. Most recently, she was an Early Career Fellow at the Centre for Latin American Studies (CLACS), University of London. Her first monograph, titled Horizontalism and Historicity in Argentina: Cultural Dialogues of the Post-Crisis Era, was published by Legenda in 2021 and explores cultural representations of historicity and of social activism in the decade following the 2001 economic crisis in Argentina.

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