The AGSS Conference, "Feminist Futurities: Making People Think and Imagine in Times of Crisis," was held on Dec. 5-7.
Associate Professor of Spanish Mayte de Lama and Senior Lecturer in Spanish Ketevan Kupatadze presented their research at the 31st International Conference of the Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies (AGSS) held at the Centro Cultural ExCárcel, Valparaíso, Chile.
The conference was titled “Feminist Futurities: Making People Think and Imagine in Times of Crisis” and was held on Dec. 5-7.
De Lama’s presentation entitled “Un amor que no mate: maternidad y (auto)cuidado en Madre mía que estás en los infiernos de Carmen Jiménez” analyzed motherhood in Jiménez’s novel and advocated for self care.
Kupatadze’s presentation “¡Dime cómo termina! La responsabilidad moral de la autora contemporánea frente a la crisis migratoria infantil” studied the child migration crisis at the border of the U.S. and México in two works by Valeria Luiselli: Desierto sonoro (2019) y Los niños perdidos, un ensayo en cuarenta preguntas (2016).