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HELOISA BUARQUE DE HOLLANDA

Professor Emeritus of Culture Critical Theory at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda is the Coordinator of the Advanced Program of Contemporary Culture/ Forum of Science and Culture at Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Director of the publishing company Aeroplano, and Curator at the Portal Literal (www.literal.com.br).  Former Director of the UFRJ Publishing Department and  the Image and Sound Museum of Rio de Janeiro.

She holds a Ph.D. in Literature from UFRJ and a Post-Doctorate in Sociology and Culture from  Columbia University, USA, and for three has been working in an experimental project called Universidade das Quebradas (www.universidadedasquebradas.pacc.ufrj.br), where she brings artists and  cultural developers without formal academic education. The course program includes Phylosophy, Art History, and Literature.

Buarque de Hollanda research activity focuses on the relationship between culture and politics, working mostly on the theoretical fields of literature theory and cultural studies. She researches in the fields of poetry, genre relations, ethnic relations, marginalized cultures and the new questions raised by the recent economic, political and cultural framework due to globalization and technological development processes. For the last five years she has been working on the digital technology impact over the cultural production and consumption as well as the perspectives opened by the internet environment towards the creation and democratization of the knowledge access. In her most recent talks and articles, the main focus of her work has been the questions related to technology, culture and development intersection.

Besides her innumerous articles in the art, literature, digital culture fields, she is a recognized book writer. Buarque de Hollanda is the author of 26 poetas hoje (26 Poets Today),  1976; Macunaíma da Literatura ao Cinema, 1979; Impressões de Viagem, 1979; Cultura e Participação nos anos 60, 1982; Pós-Modernismo e Política, 1991; O Feminismo como Crítica da Cultura ,1994; e Horizontes Plurais: novos estudos de gênero no Brasil ,1998; Esses poetas: uma antologia dos anos 90,  1998; Cultura em trânsito: da repressão à abertura (com Zuenir Ventura e Elio Gaspari), 1999; Correspondência Incompleta: Ana Cristina César (com Armando Freitas Filho),  1999; Guia Poético do Rio de Janeiro, 2001; Asdrúbal Trouxe o Trombone:  Memórias de uma trupe solitária de comediantes que abalou os anos 70, Aeroplano Editora, 2004; As melhores crônicas de Rachel de Queiróz, Global Editora, 2005; Rachel de Queiroz, Rio de Janeiro,  Ediouro/Agir , 2006 e Outra línea de fuego, CDMA, Málaga, 2009; ENTER, uma antologia digital, 2009; Escolhas, uma autobiografia intelectual,Editora Língua Geral, 2009.

Her projects as a TV and film director include  Culturama at TVE , Café com letra, at Radio MEC  and the documentaries: Dr. Alceu, Joaquim Cardozo e Xarabovalha, o teatro independente nos anos 70.  In addition,  she has worked as a curator of several art exhibitions, among them : Dez anos sem Chico Mendes (Ten years without Chico Mendes), SESC Rio, 1998; Estética da Periferia (Inner City Aesthetics),Centro Cultural dos Correios RJ, 2005; Estética da Periferia: Diálogos Urgentes (Inner City  Aesthetics: Urgent Dialogues), MAMAM, Recife, 2007;  Manobras Radicais – artistas mulheres na década de 90 (Radical Manouvers – women artists of the 90´s),CCBB,SP, 2006; Blooks – blogs + books ,Instituto Oi Futuro, RJ, 2007 and SESC Pinheiros, SP, 2009; H20, o futuro da águas (H20, Future of the  Waters), SESC Rio, 2009;  Vento Forte: 50 Anos de Teatro Oficina (Strong Wind: 50th Anniversary of  Teatro Oficina), Centro Cultural dos Correios, RJ, 2009; and O Jardim da oposição ( The Opposition Garden), Escola de Artes Visuais do Parque Lage, 2009. Her projects have been funded by CNPq, Faperj, Funarte e Petrobras.