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Cristina Venegas Zapata

Fotografía cuadrada de Cristina Venegas Zapata

Profesora de estudios de cine y medios en la Universidad de California, Santa Bárbara donde enseña teoría, historia y crítica de medios enfocando América Latina. Es autora de Digital Dilemmas: the State, the Individual and Digital Culture in Cuba (Rutgers, 2010), ganadora del Premio Choice, y coeditora de Activismo digital, medios comunitarios y comunicación sostenible (2020).

Ph.D. Critical Studies (USC, School of Cinematic Arts)
M.F.A. Film History, Theory and Criticism (Columbia University)
B.S. Radio-Television-Film (University of Texas, Austin)

  • Profesora titular en el Departamento de Estudios de Cine y Medios, Universidad de California, Santa Barbara (2002-Actualidad).
  • Directora del Carsey Wolf Center, Universidad de California, Santa Barbara (2015-2016).
  • Directora del Departamento de Estudios de Cine y Medios, Universidad de California, Santa Barbara (2011-2014).
  • Co-editora de la serie de libros Media Matters publicada por la Rutgers University Press (2016-actualidad).
  • Directora del Latino Cinemedia Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA, (2004-2010).

Libros

  • Venegas, C. (2010). Digital Dilemmas: The State, the Individual and Digital Media in Cuba. Rutgers University Press.
  • Martens, C., Venegas, C. y Salvio Sharupi Tapuy, E. F. (2020). Digital Activism, Community Media and Sustainable Communication in Latin America. Palgrave Macmillan.

Libros/Capítulos

  • Venegas, C. (2022). Julio García Espinosa and the Fight for Critical Culture in Cuba. Uncanny Histories in Film and Media. Rutgers University Press.
  • Venegas, C. (2020). Tech Disruption as Knowledge Production: Cuba and the Digital Humanities. L'Hoeste, H.F. and Juan Carlos Rodriguez, J. (eds.) In and Out of Digital Humanities: Nations, Networks, and Practices in Latin/x America, University Press of Florida.
  • Martens, C., Salvio Sharupi Tapuy, E. F. y Venegas, C.  (2020). Transforming Digital Media and Technology in Latin America. Digital Activism, Community Media and Sustainable Communication. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Pinos Calderón, D. E. y Venegas, C. (2020). Sounds in the Neighborhood: Innovation, Hybrid Urban Space, and Sound Trajectories. Digital Activism, Community Media and Sustainable Communication in Latin America, Martens, C. Venegas, C. y Salvio Sharupi Tapuy, Etsa Franklin. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Venegas, C. (2016). Cuban Filmmaking and the Post-Capitalist Transition. Petro, P. and Ferguson, K. (eds.), After Capitalism: Horizons of Finance, Culture and Citizenship, Rutgers University Press, 2016.
  • Venegas, C. (2015). Fresa y chocolate: The Allure of Passions and Controversies. Lema-Hincapie, A. y Castillo, D. (eds.), Despite All Adversities: Spanish-American Queer Cinema, SUNY Press.
  • Venegas, C. (2014). Cuba, Cyberculture and Exile Discourse. Kinder, M. y McPherson, T. (eds), Transmedia Frictions: The Digital, the Arts and the Humanities, University of California Press.
  • Venegas, C. (2009). Thinking Regionally. Holt, J. y Peren, A. (eds), Media Industries: History, Theory and Methods, Blackwell Press.

Ponencias (Selección)

  • Venegas, C. (2019). Julio Garcia Espinosa and the Imperfect Imagination. Uncanny Histories Conference, Carsey-Wolf Center, UCSB, February 21-23.
  • Venegas, C. (2019). Cuba in the Digital Age: Locating Nadie’s Image. Latin American Studies Association, Boston, MA, May 24-27.
  • Venegas, C. (2019). Fifty Years on From Imperfect Cinema: Julio García Espinosa’s Meditations on the Future of Media. Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, WA, March 13-17.
  • Venegas, C. (2018). 1969, Latin America: Media Manifestos, Public Contestations, and the Shaping of Cultural Networks. Turning Points Symposium: Conversations in Global Media History, University of Michigan, September 28.
  • Choice Book Award, Outstanding Title Digital Dilemmas: The State, the Individual and Digital Media in Cuba, 2010.
  • Regents Faculty Research Fellowship, UCSB (2020-21 & 2022-23).
  • Carsey-Wolf Center Faculty Research Fellowship (2022-22).
  • Interdisciplinary Humanities Center Faculty Fellowship, UCSB (2020-21).
  • Robert Emmons Award, UCSB (2018 – 2019).

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Otros miembros

Nombre de Mauricio Godoy Paredes sobre una fotografía de su rostro

Mauricio Jose Godoy Paredes

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