Georgetown University | USA
Valeria Meiller is a writer, scholar and practitioner specializing in environmental issues in the Latin American region. Her research and writing analyze pressing ecological topics from the perspective of environmental theory. Her work has been published in journals, newspapers and magazines worldwide. She is working on her first scholarly book proposal Argentina, Nation of Flesh which analyzes the role of the slaughterhouse in Argentine visual, architectural and literary materials. Valeria is a PhD candidate at Georgetown University, with a Master in Cultural Studies from Georgetown and a diploma in Critical Theory from the University of Buenos Aires. She is expected to receive her PhD in 2021.