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Yasmine Espert

Bridge-to-Faculty Postdoctoral Scholar


The Department of Art History is delighted to welcome Yasmine Espert to UIC. Yasmine’s research interests include the Caribbean and its diaspora. Her publications on film, photography, and the African diaspora are ‘Blood, Fire and Interiority in Horace Ové’s Pressure’ (Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art), ‘Can Photography Be Decolonial?’ (Public Books), and “Listening to Revolution” (Artpress). Her first book project is under contract at Duke University Press. With the support of Small Axe: A Caribbean Platform for Criticism, she curated made vulnerable – an online exhibition for sx visualities. She received a doctorate in art history from Columbia University.