Sarah Shamash

scholarship

PUBLICATIONS
Journal articles (peer-reviewed):

Shamash, Sarah. “Cosmopolitical technologies and the demarcation of screen space at Cine Kurumin: activating immersive shifts in imaginaries, representation, and politics.”Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus. Vol., 14, no.1 (2018), pp.11-23.

Shamash, Sarah. “Subverting dominant ideologies of the cinematic apparatus; The Mbya-Guarani Cinema Collective transforms digital optics.” Cutting Edge. Vol. 4: Culture & Community, no.1 (2017), pp. 29-39.

Sepulveda, Gabriela and Sarah Shamash. “Feminizing Oswald de Andrade’s Manifesto Antropófago and Vasconcelo’s Raza Cosmica: The videos of Sonia Andrade and Pola Weiss.” Media-N, Journal of the New Media Caucus. Vol. 12, no.1 (2016).

Chapters in edited volumes:

Shamash, Sarah. “Utopic Cannibalism in Carlos Fausto, Leonardo Sette, and Takumã Kuikuro’s As Hiper Mulheres.” Performing Utopias in the Contemporary Americas, Eds. Kim Beauchesne and Alessandra Santos. Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017, pp. 131–148.

CONFERENCE & PANEL PRESENTATIONS AT SCHOLARLY MEETINGS

Shamash, Sarah. “Spirituality and Geopolitics in The Mbya Guarani Cinema Collective: Tava The House of Stone.” InDigital III. Vanderbilt University. Nashville, Tennessee 2019.

Shamash, Sarah. “The Politics, Performances and Poetics of Representation in a Cinema of Sovereignty: The Case of the Guarani-Kaiowa.” CALACS (Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies). Université du Québec à Montréal. Montreal, Quebec 2018.

Shamash, Sarah. “Cosmopolitical technologies and the demarcation of screen space at Cine Kurumin: activating immersive shifts in imaginaries, representation, and politics.” CAA (College Art Association). Los Angeles 2018. 

Shamash, Sarah. “Screen cosmovisions: resistance, sovereignty, and spirituality in Indigenous film and video in Brazil.” International Conference on Cultural Studies and Education. UBC 2017. 

Shamash, Sarah.Tava, the House of Stone – Indigenous film and video in Brazil – resilience in the field.” ISGP Nexus Conference. UBC 2017.

Shamash, Sarah.“Aging, Art, and Activism in the Cinema of Marta Rodriguez, Lourdes Portillo, and Alanis Obomsawin.” CALACS Congress. U of Calgary 2016.

Shamash, Sarah. “Indigenizing Film Practices in As Hiper Mulheres 2011”. Performing Utopias Conference. Liu Institute. UBC 2014. 

Shamash, Sarah. “Meditating on Mobility – Brazilian Drifters: Andarilho  2007 Out of the Box ISGP conference. Liu Institute. UBC 2014.

Shamash, Sarah. “(dis)locations: A Locative Media Project in Brazil”. ACLA. University of Toronto 2013.