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Lecture with Afro-Caribbean postcolonial theorist Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso - #4GenderStudies

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15. Dezember 2021 18:00 – 15. Dezember 2021 20:00

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In the context of the nationwide day of action #4GenderStudies, the Working Group for Politics and Gender Relations and the Center for Gender Studies and Feminist Futures Studies bring to you a

Lecture with Afro-Caribbean postcolonial theorist Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso (Spanish/English):
"Te has enterado? Hace ya un tiempo que inició la descolonización del feminismo.
"Have you heard? The decolonization of feminism has been underway for some time now."

The Afro Caribbean theorist will talk about the decolonial turn in feminism: the decolonization of feminism, its roots, contribution s and critiques.

Access link: https://webconf.hrz.uni-marburg.de/b/ali-hzz-5m8-zkw

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Biography

Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso is a candidate for a PhD in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. Afro-Caribbean anti racist and decolonial theorist, teacher, researcher and popular educator. One of the forerunners and main exponents of anti-racist and decolonial feminism in Latin America and the Caribbean. Her main contributions advance towards a criticism of the coloniality of feminist reason. Independent professor and researcher, she is a frequent guest of universities, organizations and social movements in Latin America, the USA and Europe.
She is founding member of the Grupo Latinoamericano de Estudios, Formación y Acción Feminista (GLEFAS) and Junta de Prietas.

Recent publications:

“Decolonial Feminism: New theoretical methodological contributions more than a decade on" (Editorial A bya Yala, 2019);
“Decolonial Feminism in Abya Yala: Caribbean, Meso, and South American. Contributions and Challenges”, co-edited with María Lugones and Nelson Maldonado Torres (Rowman and Littlefield, forthcoming 2022).

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Yuderkys Espinosa Miñoso

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Working Group for Politics and Gender Relations, Center for Gender Studies and Feminist Futures Studies