Danny Dubner

Danny is an Ethics and Politics student at BCB who is deeply uncomfortable talking about himself in the third person. He is from Sao Paulo, Brazil, a concrete-jungle-formicary-hell-mess that he loves deeply and wants to go back to once graduated. You can find him on campus drinking an unhealthy amount of coffee, reading Brazilian and Portuguese poets, and smiling at you while apologising for running – he is perennially late. He enjoys universally appreciated things like Netflix, Icelandic bands, the pedagogy of liberation, tomato soup, socialism and the smell of rain. His greatest achievement is eight years of unschooling not leaving him socially awkward to the point of enrolling at uni in an Albanian cave.

Articles written by Danny:

  • Sculpting Memory