André Goldfeder is a PhD Candidate in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at University of São Paulo (USP). Presently he is a Visiting Student Research Collaborator at Princeton University, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures (September 2016 – May 2017). He holds a B.A in Social Sciences and a Master in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature, both from University of São Paulo.
His work focuses on intersections between literature, visual arts and theater, on modern and contemporary poetry studies and explores elements of psychoanalytic theory and crossed critical inquiries from the artistic spheres mentioned above. He has published works in reviews and journals such as Revista do Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros, Literatura e Sociedade e Criação & Crítica. He currently develops a study of the work of Brazilian visual artist and writer Nuno Ramos (1960) and has co-directed the documentary film Club Noir, with Brazilian filmmaker Evaldo Mocarzel, to be released in 2017.