Sabrina Moura (Ph.D. in Art History. University of Campinas, Brazil) is a researcher and curator based between Brazil and Germany. She is currently a Fellow at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg global dis:connect. Her previous academic degrees include a M.A. Art History and Aesthetics at the University Paris VIII and Master’s in Management and Conduct of Cultural Projects at the University Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle. Moura conceived and organised seminars and public programs presented by a number of institutions, including: SESC-SP, Goethe Institut, Videobrasil, World Biennial Forum, among others. In 2015, she edited the book Southern Panoramas: Perspectives for other geographies of thought (Ed. SESC) which presents cultural and artistic perspectives on the concept of Global South. In 2016, she served as a visiting researcher at the Institute of African Studies at Columbia University, with a grant from the Getty Foundation.