Emilia Terracciano

Dr Emilia Terracciano is an Anglo-Italian writer, translator, and lecturer in the history of modern art with a focus on the visual cultures of twentieth-century South Asia. At the University of Manchester, she lectures at the undergraduate level on a wide range of course units foregrounding the contributions of artists from India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and their diaspora to global modernism. She is the author of Art and Emergency: Modernism in Twentieth-Century India (IB Tauris, 2018), and the editor of Nasreen Mohamedi, Glenbarra Museum, Himeji (2022). Her current book project focuses on plant-human relationships in a range of artistic practices concerned with notions of resistance, salvage, futurity and extinctions.

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