MAJOR LECTURES, KEYNOTE ADDRESSES , SEMINARS

  • Conversation with Sylvia Marcos, University of California, Riverside, Department of Religious Studies. Presentaiton of theoretical positions on indigenous feminisms with Researchers, Professors and Students, April, 2009.
  • Keynote Presentation: Educación Popular en las Américas en el Siglo XXI: Culturas, Tradiciones y Sabidurías Indígenas. El Género Vernáculo de Ivan Illich: Encuentros y Desencuentros con la Teoría Feminista, Conferencia Magistral: Gender by Ivan Illich, Possibilities of Dialogue with Feminist Theory? Congreso Educación Popular en las Américas, culturas, tradiciones y sabidurías indígenas, UADY Universidad de Yucatán-UNO, Universidad de Oriente, Valladolid, Yucatán, Febrero 2009.
  • Keynote presentation: “Women Learning With Women” International Conference “Arab Women Facing the Challenges of Globalization” Alexandria, Egypt, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, 15 january 2009.
  • Festival de la Digna Rabia, EZLN, January 4, 2009, “Feminismos y Lucha politica Zapatista: de como la Cosmovision encuadra la lucha de las mujeres.” http://enlacezapatista.ezln.org.mx/varios/1256

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  • Lecture Series on Latina/o Theology : Lane Center for Catholic Social Thought, University of San Francisco, Embodied Theology:the Contributions of ‘Teologia India’. November 2008.
  • Plenary Panel Presentation with Gustavo Gutierrez and Pilar Aquino on Indigenous Theology: An Epistemology of a Constellation of Practices at the American Academy of Religion, LRCS and RLAC groups, Rethinking Liberation Theology’s “Church of the Poor” in the age of Globalization. November 2008.
  • Conferencia: ” Resignificaciones del concepto de “derechos humanos de las mujeres” en los discursos , demandas, y propuestas del movimiento amplio de mujeres indigenas” Seminario Antropologia y Derechos Humanos, Academia Nacional de Ciencias Antropologicas, Septiembre 2008.
  • Modulo del Diplomado Feminismos en America Latina: aportaciones teoricas y vindicaciones politicas, “Las mujeres zapatistas y la recreacion de los usos y costumbres”, CEIICH-UNAM, Septiembre 2008.
  • Graduate Seminar: Inaugural Lecture Epistemology and Gendered Social Representations, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinares, CRIM-UNAM, http://www.crim.unam.mx/ec/Aula/Sem_genero/Marcos08.mp3,Agosto 2008
  • Lecture: “Decoloniality of Power and Knowledge in Indigenous Movements: Zapatista Women Today”  Indigenous Peoples Summit, Lima Peru, May 2008
  • Lecture: “Zapatista Women and their Struggle for Gender Rights”; Panel organized by the Association Flora Tristan, Cumbre de los Pueblos, Lima Peru, May 2008
  • Lecture: “Deconstructing Captivities : Indigenous Women Recreating Spirituality and Justice”, Department of Religious Studies, University of California Riverside,April 2008
  • Seminar: “Gender and Eros in Mesoamerica :Towards a Decolonial Feminism,”Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Philosophy and the Decolonial Research Thinking Group Binghampton, State University of New York,Nov. 2007
  • Researchers’ seminar: “Feminist Theory and Method”, Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades, CEIICH-UNAM, February 2007
  • Keynote Address: “Human Rights as Voiced (claimed) by Indigenous Women’, Inaugural Panel
  • Sociedad Mexicana de Antropologia , XXVIII Mesa Redonda, August 2007
  • Keynote Address:   “Feminismos Abajo y a la Izquierda” Coloquio Planeta Tierra/Otros Saberes, Universidad de la Tierra, EZLN,  San Cristóbal de las Casas, December 2007
  • Keynote Address: “Epistemological Dimensions of Ancestral healing Practices in Mexico” at Conference: Traditional Knowledge and Indicators of Indigenous Wellbeing, Wellington, New Zealand, June 2006
  • Keynote Adress: “Genero y Religión”, Doctoral Seminar on Gender and Differences. CESMECA ( Centro de Estudios Superiores de Mesoamerica y Centro America) of the UNICACH (Universidad de Letras y Artes de Chiapas), San Cristóbal de las Casas, Nov.  2006
  • Lecture: Speaker Series Women´s Studies Program, Syracuse University, “Decolonizing Feminism: The Indigenous Women’s Movement in Mexico” Nov. 2005
  • Plenary Address:“Theory and Method in the Study of Religion: a Response”, XIX International Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, Tokyo, March 2005
  • The Hispanic Institute Lecture, “Deconstructing Captivities: Indigenous Women Reshaping Religion and Justice,” Drew Theological Seminary, April 2004
  • Keynote Address: “Las religiones en su intersección con el genero,” Meeting of the Religion, Society and Politics Association: Conflict, Religious Alternatives, and Religious Systems, Tlaxcala, October 2003
  • Lecture: “We Come to ask for Justice…the Indigenous Women’s Voices and Their Epistemic Context,” Women, Religion and Social Change II, Harvard University Divinity School, Cambrige, Massachusetts, May 2003
  • Keynote Anniversary Address: “Islam and Its Women: Dissent and Accommodation,” Permanent Seminar on Gender and Anthropology, Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, September 2002
  • Keynote Address: “Género e interculturalidad,” International Seminar of the Centro Regional de Educación de Adultos para América Latina (CREFAL) y el Consejo de Educación de Adultos de América Latina (CEEAL), Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Nov. 2001
  • Keynote Address: “Pervasive Orality: Approaching Indigenous Religious Traditions” at Conference on Orality, Gender and Indigenous Religions sponsored by the School of Religion, Claremont Graduate University, May 2001
  • Plenary Address: “Gender and New Religions in Mexico,” XVIII International Congress for the History of Religions, Durban, South Africa, August 2000
  • Lecture: “Women Zapatistas and Indigenous: Their Contexts and Their Struggles,” Humanities Research Institute, University of California, Irvine, December 1999
  • Annual Luce Lecture: “Embodied Gender: Moral Traditions in Mesoamerica,” Union Theological Seminary, March 1999
  • Lecture: “Women Healers in Mesoamerican Traditions,” Northhills University, Department of Philosophy, Shillong, India, May 1998
  • Colloquium Series: “Muted Voices: The Contribution of Indigenous Medical Practices to Health in Latin America,” Five College Women’s Studies Research Center (Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, Smith, University of Massachusetts), April 1997
  • Keynote Address: “Entre la medicina y la tradición:  las parteras de Morelos,” Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico, May 1996
  • Annual Lecture: “Gender and Moral Precepts in Ancient Mexico,” Women Studies Department, Hunter College, New York City, March 1991
  • Annual Research Associate Lecture: “Women in Popular Religious Rituals,” Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 1985
  • Keynote Address: “Lo normal y lo patalógico,” VII Congress of Psychology, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico, August 1983
  • Lecture: “Permanent Rebellion and Social Change,” Meeting on Women, Religion and Social Change, Harvard Divinty School, Cambridge, Mass., June 1983
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