jacqueline herranz brooks, Ph.D.
Artist and Writer in Queens, New York
Jacqueline Herranz-Brooks is an interdisciplinary artist and author, blending documentary photography, soundscape interpretation, and urban interventions in multimedia installations. She has published several works of autofiction where she explores the fictionalization of memory, including Liquid Days (Argentina, 1997), Escenas para Turistas (New York, 2003), Mujeres sin Trama (New York, 2011), and Viaje en Almendrón (installation book, 2015). Born and raised in Cuba, she is based in Queens, New York where she is an Adjunct Professor at York College, CUNY. Jacqueline holds a Ph.D. in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures from The Graduate Center of New York, CUNY.