Ariana Hernández

Ariana Hernandez Reguant

Ariana Hernández (Miami)

Ariana Hernández-Reguant is a cultural and urban anthropologist (PhD University of Chicago), and an arts activist in Miami. She has held faculty appointments at the University of California, San Diego, the University of Miami, and Tulane University, and has conducted research and published on the political economy of art, intellectual production, and ideologies of citizenship, race, freedom and community, and their creative translation into local political practices. While living in the San Diego/Tijuana area, she was involved in various art and practice projects, pedagogy initiatives, and salons, and was co-founder of a border arts and cultural center on the Tijuana side (The Tunnel House). She is currently a recipient of a Knight Arts Challenge Grant for a Hialeah-based art and ethnography project (HICCUP). Her most recent article, which was published in The Miami Rail, is a theoretical exploration of the demolition of the Amertec Building in Hialeah and the politics of land speculation in industrial peripheries.


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