I am a Venezuelan art historian, photographer and anthropologist. My current activities are focused on researching contemporary Caribbean literature as a doctoral student at Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. In the areas of art history and ethnography, I have investigated the indigenous music of the Las Turas ritual in Falcon State, Venezuela. I have published essays on the relationships between identity and power with music and literature in anthropology and general arts scholarly journals. I have also presented papers on those subjects at conferences in Mexico, France and Venezuela. I live a happy life in Ann Arbor, Michigan, listening to my husband's cello and my cat's meowing.
Latest posts by Natali Herrera Pacheco
4 March 2017
"Lots of people have found their voices represented in my drawings, and this motivates me to keep speaking for them."
22 February 2017
14 September 2016
In the Dominican Republic, a group called The Little Man (El Hombrecito) is offering a new way of experiencing the arts by combining music, poetry and visual arts.
8 September 2016
"Critical thinking is an ability, a competency that should be developed in physics, in mathematics, in psychology, or in any subject."
5 September 2016
20 August 2016
Ha'e Kuera Ñande Kuera: Reggae and Hip-Hop Expanding the Guarani Culture by Dialoguing With the World
Meet the musical group created by Mbyan youths from Misiones, in Argentina, who compose their realities in the Guarani language and use citizen media to talk about identities.
11 August 2016
Filmmaker Digs Up the History and Controversy Beneath ‘100 Years of Beauty’ in the Dominican Republic
Inspired by the Cut.com series, Lala Films tells the history of Dominican beauty over the past century. And it doesn't leave out the controversy.