UCL Institute of the Americas


Phoebe Martin guest speaker at KCL event on feminism

28 October 2020

Phoebe Martin

Phoebe Martin will be a guest speaker at a public event organised by King's College London (KCL), together with other researchers on feminism. The event is titled: Goodbye General’. Feminist constituent power and a new constitution in Chile: lessons for a feminist internationalism.

This event will take place on November 16 2020, from 12:00 to 14:00 UK time. Read more about it and register here.

Phoebe Martin is a PhD candidate at UCL Institute of the Americas, working under the supervision of Professor Paulo Drinot and Professor Maxine Molyneux. Her research looks at the new generation of feminism in Peru and the role of artistic and creative strategies within this movement, particularly the phenomenon of ‘artivism’. She is particularly interested in transnational feminisms in Latin America, and the relationship between social media and visual or artistic forms of activism. Her research is funded by a London Arts and Humanities Partnership studentship.


Professor Paulo Drinot - academic profile

Professor Maxine Molyneux - academic profile