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As Co-Chair of the Gender and Feminist Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association (2012-2013), I am co-organizing with the Sexualities Section the conference “Gender, Sexuality and Struggles for Justice in Latin America: Legal, Political and Social Dimension.” The conference is sponsored by the Washington College of Law Impact Litigation Project and American University Center for Latin American and Latino Studies.
Through an examination of legal struggles in gender and sexuality rights ,and what these mean for the concrete struggles of gendered, sexualized, and racialized social groups, the possibilities and limitations of legal activism for the pursuit of social justice and equity issues will be discussed.
And, it concludes with the more modest proposal, in line with post-colonial debates in philosophy, of a historically rooted and embodied conversation about culturally distinct and incommensurable phenomena.
This article is an outcome of research activities during my tenure as Director of the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western (2006-2011) I am completing this book under contract with Duke University Press which challenges the dominant, self-congratulatory narrative of the evolution, fate and outcomes of nearly 40 years of feminist activism in Chile.