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Ian Erickson-Kery,

Ian Erickson-Kery

Ian Erickson-Kery is a Ph.D Candidate in Spanish and Portuguese at Duke University. His dissertation, tentatively titled Design Thresholds: Aesthetics and the Politics of Planning in Mexico City and São Paulo, 1967-85examines the interwoven practices of designers,  filmmakers, and visual artists working in marginal or subaltern urban zones in the wake of modernist planning projects. Prior to coming to Duke, he earned his B.A. in Comparative Literature from Columbia University; worked at e-flux, a web journal and platform for contemporary art and theory located in New York; and participated in a year-long artistic research residency at Capacete, a cultural center in Rio de Janeiro. He has taught in both Spanish and Portuguese at Duke, and his pedagogical approach—applicable to courses on cinema, literature, and visual culture—lies at the junction of Latin American cultural studies and urban studies in the Global South. His research on urban environments in Latin America in the framework of the Anthropocene debate has been supported by the Henry Luce Foundation and the Kenan Institute for Ethics. 

He is currently a Fellow in the Visualizing Cities Lab at Duke, a collaborative between faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. His work and mentorship in the lab centers on digital, intermedial, and cross-linguistic approaches to global urban research. 

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Web Pages:  https://duke.academia.edu/IanEricksonKery
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Recent Publications

  1. Erickson-Kery, I, Video nas Aldeias y los terrenos de conflicto indígena en Brasil, Cine Documental, vol. 20 (2019), pp. 38-67  [abs]
  2. Erickson-Kery, I; Flom, V, David Wojnarowicz & Luis Frangella in Argentina (2017), pp. 71 pages, Cosmocosa, ISBN 9874648708


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