Historian, philosopher and media analyst
FACULTY OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES
University of Los Andes
Her main interest in research focuses on the relationships between the media, journalism and some categories of power, especially gender and class, from a historical perspective. In recent years, Sandra has worked on issues such as the production of magazines for women, the emergence of photojournalism and the consolidation of visual culture in modern consumer societies of the twentieth century. Her most recent research project, with which she obtained her Ph.D. in History, is entitled Practicing Journalism, Contesting Marginalization: Gender, Class, and Women's Press in Mid-Twentieth-Century Colombia . The prestigious American Association for University Women , AAUW, supported the final writing phase of this project, through the International Fellowship that Sandra obtained in 2013-2014.
Gender, Class, and Women's Press in Mid-Twentieth-Century Colombia