Meg Weeks

Meg Weeks is a writer, translator and PhD candidate in history and the studies of women, gender and sexuality at Harvard University. Her writing on art and politics has appeared in Artforum, n+1 and piauí, and her translations of contemporary Brazilian fiction have appeared in Adi and Two Lines. Her translation of the memoir of Gabriela Leite, the founder of Brazil's sex-worker movement, is forthcoming from Duke University Press.

At Instituto Moreira Salles, the writer anchors an exploration of Brazilian women’s art and literature in the mid- to late-20th century

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