Dr Philippa Page

  • Lecturer, Newcastle University

Philippa Page is Lecturer in Spanish and Film at Newcastle University. Her current research looks at the intergenerational transfer of memory and the search for new cartographies of transition in contemporary Chilean film, literature and theatre. She is author of the monograph, Politics and Performance in Post-Dictatorship Argentine Film and Theatre (Tamesis, 2011) and has published in the Journal of Latin American Cultural StudiesLatin American Theater ReviewReview: Literature and Arts of the Americas and Confluencia. She is currently co-editing the volume Entre/telones y pantallas. Afectos y saberes en la performance Argentina contemporánea (Buenos Aires: Libraria, 2018), with Jordana Blejmar (Liverpool University) and Cecilia Sosa (Universidad Tres de Febrero/CONICET), as well as the volume The Feeling Child: Politics and Affect in Latin American Literature and Film (Maryland: Lexington, 2018), with Inela Selimovic (Wellesley College) and Camilla Sutherland (University of Groningen). She is co-investigator on a large AHRC research project entitled "Screening Violence" (2018-2021), which uses film reception as a method for looking at the local imaginaries conflict and post-conflict transition in Argentina, Colombia, Algeria, Indonesia and Northern Ireland.