The Permanent Seminar of Iberian and Iberian-American Studies organizes the cycle of conferences Women in Latin America. Studies and perspectives, whose objective is to reflect on the contribution of women in this vast and diverse world, in different areas of artistic practices, thought and culture and on the ways in which these manifestations have been presented and analyzed.
The cycle opens with a session dedicated to Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz - poet, playwright, polemicist - who, having lived in the second half of the 17th century in Mexico where she was born, is, in our days that dialogue with her, claimed as one of the most revolutionary and inspiring figures of New Hispanic thought and American feminism.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: do corpo à palavra.
O saber também é coisa de mulheres.
Nuno Júdice (Escritor, Premio Reina Sofía de Poesía Iberoamericana 2013)
Rosa Pellicer (Univ. de Zaragoza)
Silvia Lunardi (Univ. de Venezia e Sorbonne)
Isabel Araújo Branco (CHAM)
Pedro Santa María (IHC-FCSH NOVA)
Maria Fernanda de Abreu (presents)
This series counts on the collaboration of the OEI – Organização de Estados Ibero-americanos, in Portugal.
Organizing CommitteeMaria Fernanda de Abreu (CHAM)
OrganizationCHAM / NOVA FCSH