CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
2023 LATINA/X FEMINISMS ROUNDTABLE
May 5 & 6, Marquette University, Milwaukee
***All Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions of the Roundtable***
Abstract Deadline: April 1, 2023
Yomaira C. Figueroa-Vázquez, Michigan State University
Stephanie Rivera-Berruz, Marquette University
Pilar Melero, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
Prisca Dorcas Mojica Rodríguez, Nicaraguan Storyteller & Public Theologian
This year’s Latina/x Feminisms Roundtable, a forum for engagement with Latina/x and Latin American feminist theories and practices, welcomes work that orients itself around the Caribbean and its diasporas. We also welcome abstracts on Latina/x intervention in the following areas:
*Violence and Discrimination *Activism
*Immigration *The U.S/Mexico Border/ the Wall
*Environmentalism *Latina/x Ecologies
*Black Latinidad *Critical Race theory
*Black/Brown/Asian Coalitions *The State of Latinx Studies
*Indigeneity *Decolonial Feminism
*Disabillity Studies * Ethics
*Aesthetics *Visual Representations of Latinidad
*Political Thought *Identity/Subjectivity
*Queer Latinidad *Trans Lives
*Mestizaje and Mulataje *Pedagogy
*Latina/x Spiritualities *Latina/x Epistemologies
*”Latinx,” “Latine,” “Latina/o,” What is in a Name?
*Works on individual Latina/x or Latin American feminist writers and theorists
Guidelines for Submission:
Abstracts should be approximately 1000 words.
Abstracts should be suitable for anonymous review. In a separate document, please include your name, affiliation, contact information, brief biographical statement, and the title of your presentation.
Please submit all proposals electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write “LATINA/X FEMINISM ABSTRACT ” in the subject line.
For more information on past roundtables go to http://www.latinafeminism.com
or contact Mariana Ortega at email@example.com
The Roundtable is supported by the Pennsylvania State University Philosophy Department and the Marquette University Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Indigeneity.