Verónica Boggio

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Verónica Boggio (2022-2023)

She is a visual anthropologist with extensive experience in ethnographic research and cultural production. After graduating as a cultural anthropologist from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, she obtained a Master’s Degree in Creative Documentary from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a Postgraduate Degree in Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina). Her work is clearly interdisciplinary, based not only on research into issues related to the Amazon and communication, but also on the development of visual and sound production in projects related to intangible cultural heritage, participatory video, soundscape and documentary. She is a university lecturer and founder of the cultural association Dinamo and member of GRISPerú, a Peruvian sound research group. Since 2017, she has been conducting research on Peruvian Amazonian cinema with support from the PUCP’s Riva-Aguero Institute and funding for Cinematographic and Audiovisual research from the Directorate of Audiovisual, Phonography and New Media of the Peruvian Ministry of Culture.

Last update of this profile: 2022