Patrícia Martins Marcos is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of History and the Science Studies Program at UC San Diego, and the incoming UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral fellow with UCLA’s History Department and the Bunche Center for African American Studies. Her work researches the pathologization of inferior humankinds in the early modern Afro-Luso-Brazilian Atlantic. She is an Associate Editor at the History of Anthropology Review and her work has been supported by, among others, the Huntington Library, the American Philosophical Society, and the John Carter Brown Library. She is currently a fellow with the Folger Shakespeare Library, and the Center for Black, Brown, and Queer Studies. She has forthcoming work on Black visual resistance in Portugal and its former imperial spaces with the Radical History Review.
The third edition of GSG Magazine explores the contemporary use of historical narratives and cultural artifacts, and the ideology of heritage and cultural (re)production to reveal and resist forms of inequality and violence.