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MUJERES, MICROBIOLOGÍA Y EXPERIENCIAS TRANSGENERACIONALES

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21 Mayo 2021

El próximo 26 de mayo presento “Mujeres, microbiología y experiencias transgeneracionales” en el V Seminario Internacional sobre: “GÉNERO, ENVEJECIMIENTO, SOSTENIBILIDAD Y CALIDAD DE VIDA/MUERTE EN TIEMPOS DE RESILIENCIA”, un evento organizado por el Instituto de Estudios de Género en la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, en el marco del Programa ENCAGEn-CM.

http://encage-cm.es/v-seminario-internacional-uc3m/

http://encage-cm.es/.../Programa-Seminario_26-5-2021...

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Fecha: 26 de Mayo de 2021 (duración: 4 horas, de 11 a 13 y de 17 a 19 horas)

Formato: Virtual y gratuito.

Sala: https://eu.bbcollab.com/.../175f0ba33f2e480e9137a336af1cee6c

Inscripciones y certificado de asistencia en: https://forms.gle/mx9E1uD9trn2VN5N8.

LA CIENCIA ES FEMENINO / SCIENCE IS FEMININE RADIO PROGRAMME

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April 25, 2021


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Bajo el hilo ‘polución’ y aderezado por los saberes y experiencias irreemplazables de mariscadoras, apasionante programa de La Ciencia es Femenino sobre interdisciplinaridad, fotografía, levaduras, remedios profanos y medicina traditional gallega y más!

Acceso al programa:

https://cuacfm.org/radioco/programmes/la-ciencia-es-femenino/3x6/

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Under the thread of ‘pollution’ and seasoned by the irreplaceable knowledges-practices of shellfish women farmers in Galicia, this was an exciting radio programme by La Ciencia es Femenino on interdisciplinarity, photography, yeasts, traditional Galician medicine, and profane remedies, and more!

Access to the audio recording (in Spanish and Galician) here:

https://cuacfm.org/radioco/programmes/la-ciencia-es-femenino/3x6/

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IT BEGINS WITH US

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March 23, 2021

Check out the new EASST Review on the impact of COVID-19 on research. I am contributing with the piece 'It begins with us: On why our embodied experiences matter in the dis/appearance of worlds'. 

I argue that bringing embodied experiences to the forefront of critical analysis would (1) make social sciences and humanities research relevant to wider academic and non-academic publics

as well as (2) open up alternative spaces and paces towards ‘sensible’ (read also sustainable and ethical) knowledge practices in our disciplinary domains.

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WAYS OF HEALING

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January 27, 2021

Together with Mahesh Mathpati, Coll de Lima Hutchison, and John Porter I am co-organising the open panel ‘Ways of Healing: Exploring non-Biomedical Cures as Emancipatory and Biopolitical Knowledge-Practices’, Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) Annual Meeting, October 6-9, 2021, Toronto & worldwide (online). Please consider applying! 

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SCIENCE & INNOVATION WEEK, MADRID 2020

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November 16, 2020

To celebrate 20 years of the 'World Conference on Science for the XXI Century: A New Commitment' several researchers have been invited to reflect on the most important points of the Budapest Declaration: knowledge, peace, development and society and its validity after twenty years.

You can find the video recording of the event here: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mw6F60tsCZQ