Natalie Göltenboth holds a PhD in social anthropology with a specialization in urban studies, contemporary art and religion in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. She is a Lecturer at the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and professor in the Globalization Program at the Venice International University in Venice. She has held guest professorships in Havana/Cuba, Sevilla/Spain and Bern/Switzerland. Natalie Göltenboth is also an artist, freelance author and editor working in the interface of anthropology and art, and is engaged in outreach projects on aesthetics, politics and anthropology. Her current research focuses on contemporary art, urban transformation and economies in Havana, Cuba. She is author, among other publications, of Contemporary Art and Afrocuban Religion in Cuba (Berlin, Reimer, 2006). 



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