Lecture: "Series Intersecciones/Interseções/Intersections: Challenges to the Decolonialization of Feminist Theory in Latin America: Reflections from Indigenous Praxis"
Mon, March 25, 2013 • 3:00 PM • GEB 4.214
Aida Hernandez, CIESAS Mexico, will share a series of reflections, based on the Mexican experience, of how to rethink our feminisms by taking into account the cultural context of our struggles, and thereby confronting the challenges of a decolonizing feminist agenda. These reflections emerge from several years of research on the organizing processes of indigenous women as well as on her own experiences as a feminist activist seeking to build political alliances with the indigenous movement in Latin America.
For more information, contact Paloma Diaz.