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Tiffany E. Barber is a scholar, curator, and critic of twentieth- and
twenty-first-century visual art, new media, and performance. Her work
focuses on artists of the black diaspora working in the United States
and the broader Atlantic world. Her writing appears
in Rhizomes, InVisible Culture, TOPIA, Black Camera,
ASAP/Journal, Dance Research Journal, Afterimage, and various anthologies, exhibition catalogs, and online publications, including
Afrofuturism 2.0: The Rise of Astro-Blackness, Prospect.3: Notes for Now,
Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades, and the Black One Shot
series. She has curated physical and virtual exhibitions for the
Delaware Art Museum and the Black Speculative Arts Movement. From 2016
to 2018, she was a Predoctoral Residential Research Fellow
at the University of Virginia's Carter G. Woodson Institute for
African-American and African Studies. During the 2021-2022 academic
year, Dr. Barber will complete her first book manuscript as a
Postdoctoral Fellow at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles.
She is Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Art History at the
University of Delaware.
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