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Marta Pérez start the Feminist Criticism Seminar in 2018 Play-Doc


Professor of Audiovisual Communication and member of the GEA, Marta Pérez Pereiro, took part in the Feminist Criticism Seminar organized by the online magazine A Cuarta Parede in the 14th edition of the International Documentary Festival Play-Doc. This fifth edition of the seminar, which took place on April 28 and 29 at the Municipal Theater of Tui, was co-organized by Brais Romero Suárez, also member of the GEA, and also included the participation of Marga Carnicé Mur, professor of the ESCAC and researcher of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and Elena Oroz, film critic and associate professor of the Carlos III University of Madrid.

Professor Marta Pérez inaugurated the seminar with a session that explored an archeology of feminist criticism from the seventies to the present, including authors such as Laura Mulvey and Claire Johnston. The text that led to the presentation of the professor is avaliable at A Cuarta Parede’s website.

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