Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Entidad: UAM. Gillian Russell and Clara Tuite. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press View on decolonialtranslation. The objective of her research is to recover the life and the work of a variety of women who have made contributions to the Social Sciences, particularly to Anthropology in Chiapas and Central America and to make an epistemological and political review of the way in which knowledge has been produced.
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Es inhumano juzgar de este modo las migraciones de refugiados. View on rednosotrasenelmundo. She was part of the research group Peninsula about the decolonization of art and also of Somateca, a Laboratory of Arts and Queer Theories and Practices, which was principally managed by Paul Preciado, a recognized philosopher, at the Reina Sofia Museum of Art in Madrid.
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Feminist studies today also have diversified into different fields, such as queer studies, LGBT studies, gender studies in a broader sense that also takes the construction of masculinities into account. She is part of the Feminist Pluridiversities Collective Colectiva Pluriversidades Feministas , an autonomous and self-managed feminist educational endeavor.
The research also attempts to make an epistemological and political reflection on the way in which knowledge has been produced in Chiapas, my region of origin, and Central America. En , ella y algunas de sus hijas fueron obligadas a mudarse a otra casa en Brentford. In this work, I focus on recovering the contributions to debates on racism, colonial exploitation and sexual violence made by some feminist researchers, especially anthropologists, and other thinkers, including women influenced by Marxist thought and indigenous women, as well as exploring how these ideas have contributed to decolonizing Anthropology.
This seminar seek to critically engage and discuss current theories and main topics of prevailing feminist claims, including practices and experiences, in order to make visible different lines of thought and action both within and outside academia.