Image Description: A black and white photo of a light-skinned Latinx woman in her late 20s with short bangs and shoulder-length hair. She is looking away from the camera and is wearing round glasses and a scarf. 
she/her, Latinx settler

Natalia Espinel-Quintero

Natalia is an MA student in Media Studies at Concordia University in Tiohtia:ke/Montreal. Her thesis explores the countervisualities of the Colombian 2021 National Strike and investigates how the interplay between material and digital spaces contributed to the emergence of a new structure of feeling in the Colombian landscape.

She holds master's degree in Latin American Cultural Studies from Universidad Javeriana (Colombia) and a BA in Liberal Arts from Concordia University. Her previous work analyzed the content produced by wellness and lifestyle influencers and focused on the role of guilt in the production of productive and self-surveillant subjectivities. 

She also has experience working as a freelance social media specialist and Spanish translator.

Participant in the following FMS projects

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MA Media Studies, Concordia University (current)

2022 – MA Latin American Cultural Studies (Estudios Culturales Latinoamericanos), Universidad Javeriana 

2019 – BA Liberal Arts (Western Society & Culture), Concordia University