Dr Poppy de Souza
Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr Poppy de Souza

Arts,Design & Architecture
Big Anxiety Research Centre

Dr Poppy de Souza (she/her) is a BARC Bridging Hope Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Big Anxiety Research Centre, UNSW.  With a background in critical media and cultural studies, visual culture research and community arts & cultural development (CACD), both her practice and research explores the aesthetics, ethics, poetics, and politics of 'voice' and 'listening' in conditions of inequality and injustice with a focus on sites and practices of resistance and transformation.  More recently, she has examined the relationship between sound, listening and racial (in)justice; sonic and sensory methodologies; acoustic violence and the 'white ear'; and the conditions of listening in settler colonial contexts.