Alejandra Castillo: Ars Disyecta: Another Visual Arts Scene in Chile
Alejandra Castillo is a senior professor of Philosophy at the Metropolitan University of Science Education. She has written several books, including Image, Body; Ars disyecta; and Women’s Political Parties in Chile. She is an editor of Martina Barros, Prologue to Woman’s Enslavement, and co-editor of Art, Archive and Technology, among others.
E.Patrick Johnson: Queering Oral History through Feminist Praxis: A Meditation on Methodology
E. Patrick Johnson, scholar, artist, and Carlos Montezuma Professor of Performance Studies and African American Studies. Author of Appropriating Blackness: Performance and Politics of Authenticity and Sweet Tea: Black Gay Men of the South, among many other texts. Co-editor of solo/black/woman and Blacktino Queer Performance.
Laura G. Gutiérrez: Cabaret Bodies, Trans Bodies, Queer Nightlife, Urban Spaces: Performance Studies and Mexico City
Laura G. Gutiérrez is Associate Professor of Latin American and Latina/o performance and visual culture studies in the Performance as Public Practice Program at UT Austin and Associate Chair of the Department of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies. She is the author of Performing Mexicanidad: Vendidas y Cabareteras on the Transnational Stage.
Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes: Sexuality, Motherland, Death: Orlando, Puerto Rico and the Extended Nation
Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes is a writer, performer, and scholar interested in multiple topics related to sexualities and performance in the Americas. He is author of Queer Ricans: Cultures and Sexualities in the Caribbean and is currently working on drag, trans performance and activism. He blogs and performs as Lola von Miramar and has published several works of fiction.
Moderator: Soledad Novoa Donoso