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May 5 & 6, Marquette University, Milwaukee

***All Participants are expected to attend ALL sessions of the Roundtable***

Abstract Deadline:  April 1, 2023

Invited Speakers:

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:

  1. Abstracts should be approximately 1000 words.

  2. 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.

  3. Please submit all proposals electronically to

              Please write “LATINA/X FEMINISM ABSTRACT ” in the subject line.

For more information on past roundtables go to

              or contact Mariana Ortega at

The Roundtable is supported by  the Pennsylvania State University Philosophy Department and  the Marquette University Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Indigeneity.

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