María Lugones

The Democratizing Knowledge Collective at Syracuse University invites you to Tribute to María Lugones. April 27-2021, 3:30 - 5:50 p.m. (EST) - zoom webinar.

Free Admission. Registration Required at*F&c[0]=AT12lPxMXFORPGJ3puNXObLvopPqkKYyE1YNAcCCOAQFEA1nX5-zsch1uDCerFVtGHed3zmW5PaN49C6_ij6CnDDyyg3ZLLvyKzZEpiwpb6Vy_nI6DsYx3LH6K7pGWA7TlATQiAD1iAAhlnf5XgthWtvqlKPeSGsPshTcHdRhZpPWTt_TMcS6UCcMkcmsyYoR-bjRxBux1t5M0kSVPVyvDhlrUjLeAQV9pXy6NbvKsJWZF5Uuxw

ASL will be provided - Spanish Interpretation provided.

María Lugones was a feminist philosopher, popular educator, professor, author, and community organizer. Join the DK collective to honor her legacy alongside guest speakers and the co-editors of Speaking Face to Face: The Visionary Philosophy of María Lugones (SUNY 2019).


Dr. M. Jacqui Alexander (Tobago Centre) Maestra Cherríe Moraga (Las Maestras Center – University of California, Santa Barbara) Dr. Anna Carastathis (Panteion University, Greece) Dr. Emma Velez (UI at Urbana-Champaign) Dr. Kelli D. Zaytoun (Wright University) Co-editors of Speaking Face to Face: Dr. PJ DiPietro (Syracuse University) Dr. Jennifer McWeeny (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) Dr. Shireen Roshanravan (Kansas State University)

Sponsored by: Communication and Rhetorical Studies, English, Humanities Center, Latino and Latin American Studies, LGBTQ Studies, Philosophy, Sociology, Women’s and Gender Studies. Image Descriptions: There are three images in this poster. Two small pictures of guest speakers Maestra Cherríe Moraga and Dr. M. Jacqui Alexander. The third image is a multimedia artwork created by Alma Lopez. It presents the late Maria Lugones, wearing a white suit, against a backdrop of flower garlands in the Mexican American folk-art style of retablos. This aesthetic style incorporates references to spiritual intervention against the perils of everyday life. A golden ribbon serves as a base for the image and includes the legend, “Our Philosopher Queen.”

När: 27 april 2021 03:30 - 27 april 2021 05:30

Var: / Digital

Arrangör: The Democratizing Knowledge