Alessandra Magrin Haas is an Early Career Researcher who received her PhD from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Her research interests lie in the history and popular visual culture of the USA and Europe. She serves as an Associate Editor in the NEH-funded project “The Papers of William F. Cody” led by the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming. She has published on Silent Cinema, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West, as well as Transnational Mass-Culture. She is currently editing her first monograph on the Italian reception of the Western genre.

Review: ‘Indigenous Mobilities: Travellers through the Heart(s) of Empire,’ Beyond the Spectacle (Online)

Organized by the collaborative AHRC research project “Beyond the Spectacle” (University of Kent, University of East Anglia and University of British Columbia), “Indigenous Mobilities: Travellers through the Heart(s) of Empire” engaged speakers in a 4-day discussion around the importance of Indigenous travels and movement in scholarly and non-scholarly debates. In… Continue reading

Conference Review: Sixth London Colloquium of the Native Studies Research Network

The papers presented at this year’s colloquium focused on a range of diverse aspects of the study of Native American and Indigenous issues, from literature to history of thought, from art and visual studies to human rights, Continue reading