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Meg Weeks

Meg Weeks is a historian, writer, and translator. Her writing on art and politics has appeared in n+1, Artforum, frieze, piauí, and Hyperallergic, and her translations of contemporary Brazilian fiction have been published by Adi, Two Lines Press, and Asymptote. Her translation of the memoir of Gabriela Leite, the founder of Brazil’s sex worker movement, will be published by Duke University Press in 2024. She was recently hired as an assistant professor of Latin American studies and social movement history at the University of Florida.