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Fernando Sdrigotti

  • Overview



    Fernando Sdrigotti is an Argentine writer, translator, and cultural critic. He holds a BA History of Art from Goldsmiths, University of London, and a Master in Latin American Cultural Studies, from Birkbeck, University of London. In 2014 he was awarded a PhD in Latin American Studies from the same institution, for his thesis studying urban space in Argentine film during the decade of 1990-2000.

    His critical and creative work, in Spanish and English, has appeared widely online and in print in publications such as Journal of Urban Cultural StudiesOpen DemocracyThe GuardianGorse, 3:AM Magazine, Numéro Cinq, Berfrois, Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, New Cinemas, and Open Pen among many others. As a fiction writer he is the author of Tríptico (Dunken, 2008), Shetlag, una novela acentuada (Araña Editorial, 2014), Dysfunctional Males (LCG Media 2017), Shitstorm (Open Pen, 2018), Grey Tropic (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, February 2019, co-authored with Martin Dean), Departure Lounge Music (LCG Media, September 2019), and JOLTS (April 2020). He is the founding editor of literary journal Minor Literature[s].

  • Research


    Research interests

    • Latin American culture
    • Comparative literature
    • Literature in translation
    • Cinema
    • Politics
    • Urban cultural studies
  • Supervision and teaching

    Supervision and teaching


    Teaching modules

    • Spanish 3 (Level 4) (ARCL112S4)
    • Spanish 5 (ARIB120S6)