Sabrina Moura is a researcher, curator and editor based in São Paulo, Brazil. She is currently a PhD candidate in the History Department at the University of Campinas. Sabrina received her Master in Art History and Aesthetics from the University Paris VIII and a Master in Management and Conduct of Cultural Projects from the University Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle. She conceived and organized seminars and public programs presented by a number of institutions, including: SESC-SP, Goethe Institut, Videobrasil, and World Biennial Forum, among others. In 2015, she edited the book Southern Panoramas: Perspectives for Other Geographies of Thought (Ed. SESC Videobrasil) which presents historical and artistic perspectives on the concept of Global South. Most recently, she served as a visiting scholar at the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University, with a grant from the Getty Foundation/Unicamp.