Rebecca Vaughan is an independent researcher and artist from Melbourne, Australia. She holds a Masters Degree Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne and is an alumni of the inaugural course What Could/Should Curating Do? for emerging curators held in Belgrade, Serbia in 2018. Her recent research focuses on Deaf histories and underrepresented historical narratives, encompassing a broad range of collaborative strategies that are critically engaging and derive from an intersectional approach to Disability Studies. She is currently working on an interdisciplinary project with Deaf communities from Russia and Lithuania with her partner, Avni Dauti.
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