Mo Teitelbaum

Mo Teitelbaum studied at London University, before abandoning her doctorate to focus on translating, writing, and researching ´lost´ histories. As well as Salt on my Skin, Teitelbaum has translated work by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean Renoir, and written many articles about strong women—including Madame Binh and Simone de Beauvoir—for the Sunday Times. Her book The Stylemakers is an in-depth study of the iconic French designer, Jean Michel Frank, and Eugenia Errazuriz, the Chilean woman who inspired him. She is currently working on the ´lost´ history of Tota, Countess Cuevas de Vera, an Argentine feminist.

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