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15 March, 2016

Here you can find the video clips of the Mesa  “The queer and feminist body in contemporary art” with the most relevant discussion of Ma. Amelia Viteri and Amelia Jones.

What works and does not work of the notion of queer?

How are the notions of queer and latino understood in migration contexts? Both as identity and political positions?

What works and does not work of queer studies in Latin America?

What is the relationship between queer and visual studies?

¿Cuál es la relación de la noción de queer y los estudios visuales?  What is the relationship between queer, performativity and visual studies?

What is queer feminist durationality?

Is it posible to think  of migrational displacements through a queer feminist durationality methodology and create a discourse that displaces the effects of a colonizer gaze and to profit from the political potentiality of queer?

Who establishes the criteria of what is queer? Who establishes what is transgressive and against what? Is it necessary to establish the criteria for a queer ethics?

Presentation mesa01

Introduction Susana Vargas

 

What works and does not work of the notion of queer?

What dos queer and latin means about identity and political position in migratory context?

What works and what doesn´t work about queer studies in Latin America?

What is the relationship between queer and visual studies?

What is the relationship between queer, performativity and visual studies?

What is the queer feminist durationality?

Queer feminist durationality and migrational displacements

Queer Ethics. Who establishes the criteria of what is queer? Queer bodies? Queer performativity?