"Do You See What I Mean?"

Following the Lines of Telling Through Drawing and Places

  • Olivia Casagrande Iuav University of Venice, Latitude, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Keywords: audio-visual anthropology

Author Biography

Olivia Casagrande, Iuav University of Venice, Latitude, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Olivia Casagrande holds a PhD (2014) in Historical and Anthropological Sciences from the University of Verona, Italy, with a Doctor Europaeus mention. She is currently member of Latitude Platform for Urban Research and Design and is working within the research project: «Reducing Boundaries – Understanding exclusion through security defensive systems in wealthy urban areas. Porto Alegre, Brussels, Veneto region» – Marie-Curie International Research Staff Exchange Scheme (Iuav University of Venice, Latitude,  Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul). She has conducted fi eldwork in the South of Chile since 2006, working on political anthropology in the Mapuche world from the 70s until contemporaneity, and recently
on the life-histories of Mapuche exiled in Europe during the Pinochet’s dictatorship. Her main research  interests range from individual and collective memory, violence and social suff ering, to the relationship between politics and subjective experience, storytelling and life-histories. She is currently exploring the field of urban anthropology and anthropology of space / place, focusing on issues such as urban ethnicity; inclusion / exclusion; the production of fear and the matter of security / insecurity within the urban context.

Published
2015-05-01
How to Cite
Casagrande, Olivia. 2015. “‘Do You See What I Mean?’: Following the Lines of Telling Through Drawing and Places”. TSANTSA – Journal of the Swiss Anthropological Association 20 (May):108-16. https://doi.org/10.36950/tsantsa.2015.20.7437.
Section
Contributions in Audio-Visual Anthropology