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Diálogos de saberes y construcción de alianzas anticapitalistas y anti-racistas

Diálogos De Saberes Y Construcción De Alianzas Anticapitalistas Y Anti-racistas

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En esta ponencia se presentaran algunas ideas en torno a los retos metodológicos y políticos que implica la descolonización del feminismo, como requisito indispensable para la construcción de alianzas políticas anticapitalistas y antirracistas.


En su experiencia como académica y como activista que ha trabajado durante casi tres décadas a favor de los derechos de las mujeres en contextos de diversidad cultural, a la invitada le ha tocado enfrentar tanto las descalificaciones de la academia positivista, como las desconfianzas de los activismos anti-academicistas.  Las reflexiones que presenta, se proponen responder a estas dos posturas, reivindicando la riqueza epistemológica que conlleva el hacer investigación feminista en alianza o colaboración con movimientos sociales, y a la vez planteando que la investigación social puede contribuir al desarrollo del pensamiento crítico y a la desestabilización de los discursos del poder, aportando así a la lucha de los movimientos que trabajan por la justicia social.


La desestabilización de nuestras propias certezas epistémicas en torno a la justicia, la democracia y los derechos, es un requisito indispensable para el desarrollo de un diálogo de saberes que nos permita ampliar nuestras perspectivas de una vida digna y construir las alianzas y solidaridades transfronterizas.


 


Nota biográfica


Rosalva Aída Hernández | Senior Researcher at the Centre for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS) in Mexico City


Born in Ensenada, Baja California, she earned her doctorate in anthropology from Stanford University in 1996. She is Professor and Senior Researcher at the Centre for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology (CIESAS) in Mexico City. She worked as a journalist since she was 18 years old in a Central American Press Agency. Since she was an undergraduate she has combined her academic work with media projects in radio, video and journalism. Her academic work has promoted indigenous and women rights in Latin America. She has done field work in indigenous communities in the Mexican states of Chiapas, Guerrero and Morelos, with Guatemalan refugees and with African immigrants in the South of Spain. She has published more than twenty books and her academic work has been translated to English, French, and Japanese. Her more recent book entitled Multiple InJusticies. Indigenous Women Law and Political Struggle in Latin America, will be published by University of Arizona Pres. She is recipient of the Martin Diskin Oxfam Award for her activist research and of the Simon Bolivar Chair (2013-2014) granted by Cambridge University for her academic work.


Her research interests cover ethnic studies, legal and political anthropology, postcolonial feminisms and activist research. One of her projects involves exploring the experience of indigenous women with customary law and national law. She has worked extensively in the past on exploring plural identities in Chiapas as well as the human rights of Guatemalan refugees in Mexico. She is the author of Sur Profundo. Identidades Indígenas en la Frontera Chiapas Guatemala (CIESAS-CDI 2013) , Histories and Stories from Chiapas: Border Identities in Southern Mexico (UT Press 2001) published also in Spanish as La Otra Frontera: Identidades Múltiples en el Chiapas Postcolonial (2001), and of Etnografías e Historias de Resistencias. Mujeres Indígenas Resistencia Cotidiana y Organización Colectiva (2008 PUEG-UNAM-CIESAS) and is co-editor of: Descolonizando el Feminismo. Teorías y Prácticas desde los Márgenes (Catedra 2008) Dissident Women. Gender and Cultural Politics in Chiapas (UT Press 2006); El Estado y los indígenas en tiempos del PAN: neoindigenismo, identidad y legalidad (Porrúa 2004), Mayan Lives, Mayan Utopias: the Indigenous Peoples of Chiapas and the Zapatista Rebellion (Rowman & Littlefield 2003); and The Other Word: Women and Violence in Chiapas Before and After Acteal (IWGIA 2001) among other books. She is a recipient of the Martin Diskin Oxfam Award for her activist research.

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