Not only does Bradbury-Rance introduce you to the contents of the issue, but she also shares her joy and passion for feminist pedagogies that have underpinned her academic practice from the early days of her career.
Clara Bradbury-Rance is an early career fellow in the Department of Liberal Arts at King’s College London, where she also sits on the steering committee of Queer@King’s. In her first monograph, Lesbian Cinema after Queer Theory (Edinburgh University Press, 2019), she explores how the queer disruption of lesbian visibility politics has yielded new cinematic languages and radically altered desire’s visual form. A Spanish translation of the book was launched in Mexico City in November 2019 in collaboration with Osífragos Editorial and MIC Género. Clara is currently working on a new project exploring the politics of citation and imagined networks of activism in contemporary queer feminist visual cultures. She is on the editorial board of MAI.