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Dr. Sylvia Marcos Lecture

Monday, March 04, 2013
"Subversive Spirituality: the Contributions of Mesoamerican Cosmologies to Indigenous Socio/political Movements Today"

4:00 pm

Dr. Marcos has conducted extensive ethno-historical research on the construction of gender and sexuality in both indigenous and colonial religious culture. She is the author and editor of several books and many articles on the history of Psychiatry, Religion, and Women’s Popular Culture in pre-Hispanic and contemporary Mexico. Among her books published are: co-editor of Indigenous Voices in the Sustainability Discourse, (2010), Lit Verlag, Dialogue and Difference: Feminisms
Challenge Globalization Palgrave, (2005)

 

 


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