Lucia Lorenzi


Lucia Lorenzi is an interdisciplinary artist as well as a 4th-year PhD candidate in the Department of English at The University of British Columbia. Her research examines the aesthetics and politics of silence in narratives of sexual violence. You can find her blog, The Body Politic, at http://lucialorenzi.wordpress.com/.

Top of poster for 1951 movie A Streetcar Named Desire, showing Marlon Brando in a violent embrace with Vivien Leigh

Terry Richardson and #AbuserDynamics

Content Warning: This post features graphic descriptions of sexual violence. In my first year of university, I took an introductory theatre course. Having recently ... [ more ]

Content Warning: This post features graphic descriptions of sexual violence. In my first year ... [ more ]

Content Warning: This post features graphic descriptions of sexual violence. In my first year of university, I took an ... [ more ]

Rape Chants at UBC

by Lucia Lorenzi. This article was originally posted at the author’s blog, The Body Politic. Cross-posted with permission. Just two days ago, I published an article  (which ... [ more ]

by Lucia Lorenzi. This article was originally posted at the author’s blog, The Body Politic. ... [ more ]

by Lucia Lorenzi. This article was originally posted at the author’s blog, The Body Politic. Cross-posted with permission. Just two ... [ more ]