"DIÁLOGO A DOS" - September 6, 17:00 h.
"Entre antropólogas feministas: recorridos por el pasado, presente y perspectivas de futuro (Between feminist anthropologists: journeys through the past, present and perspectives of the future)"
TERESA DEL VALLE
University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
Basque anthropologist Teresa del Valle holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Hawaii and has done fieldwork among women in Micronesia. In 1988 she obtained the first Chair of Social Anthropology at the UPV/EHU. Since carrying out her early research, she focused her interest on the methodologies of Feminist anthropology. She was vice-president of the EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists), and director of the journal "Mujer vasca. Imagen y Realidad" in 1985, considered a fundamental reference of Feminist anthropology in the Basque Country.
Teresa del Valle's trajectory is centered in the field of equality between women and men, as weel as in its visbility from the anthropological perspective. Her main lines of research are feminist critique in Social Anthropology, Urban Anthropology, and Politics, as well as the ethnography of memory. In 2010 she was awared the prestigious Emakunde Prize. She is currently Professor Emeritus in Social Anthropology at the UPV/EHU.
University of Buenos Aires
Mónica Tarducci is a feminist militant since the early 80s. She studied Anthropology at the University of Buenos Aires, where she also received her doctorate and is currently a professor of Anthropology and the director of the Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies, at the Faculty of Philosophy and Humanities. For ten years, she directed the Master's degree in Family Studies at UNSAM, for which she continues to teach. Since 2006, she has directed the Master's degree in Power and Societty from the Gender Perspective at the National University of Rosario. She has participated and participates as a teacher in numerous postgraduate courses in Argentina and elsewhere.
As a researcher, she as worked on issues of religion and gender or "suspicious" adoptions of boys and girls, among others. Currently, her interest lies on the feminist movement in Argentina on the one hand, and in the activism-academia relationship, on the other.