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Łukasz Zaremba

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Omówienie książki Vincenta Browna Tacky’s Revolt. The Story of an Atlantic Slave War (2020).

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Łukasz Zaremba, Instytut Kultury Polskiej, Uniwersytet Warszawski

ŁUKASZ ZAREMBA – assistant professor at the Institute of Polish Culture, University of Warsaw, editor of the academic journal “View. Theories and Practices of Visual Culture”. Translator, curator. Author of academic book Obrazy wychodzą na ulice [Images Walk Onto the Streets] (2018) and co-author of Kultura wizualna w Polsce [Visual Culture in Poland vol. 1-2]. Co-translator of Jonathan Crary’s Suspensions of Perception and translator of W.J.T. Mitchell’s What Do Pictures Want?, Hito Steyerl’s Wretched of the Screen and Nicholas Mirzoeff’s How to See the World.

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