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	<dc:title xml:lang="en-US">Ambivalence, certainty, singularity and collective construction. A maternal/non-maternal experience framed by feminisms from the global South</dc:title>
	<dc:title xml:lang="es-ES">Ambivalencias, certezas, singularidades y construcciones colectivas. Una experiencia maternal-no maternal desde los feminismos del Sur </dc:title>
	<dc:creator>Luongo, Gilda</dc:creator>
	<dc:creator>Yañez, Sabrina Soledad</dc:creator>
	<dc:creator>Gil, Ana Soledad</dc:creator>
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	<dc:subject xml:lang="es-ES">ambivalencia</dc:subject>
	<dc:subject xml:lang="es-ES">genealogías feministas</dc:subject>
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	<dc:description xml:lang="en-US">Gilda Luongo holds a PhD in Literature from Universidad de Chile. She is a writer and educator, feminist activist, critic and researcher. Her research has focused on Latin American writing concerning sexual difference, feminism, memory, art, education and politics. She lives in Santiago (Chile) and has adult children –a son and a daughter. In August 2018 she agreed to a written interview with us, which led to extensive and deep reflections. Here we share an extract of that interview. Our written exchange with the author is part of a larger exploration of motherhood/non motherhood experiences of feminists from the South, through which we seek to reveal isotopes, recurrences, similarities and differences. We are interested in understanding how their feminist activism has been a tool for dealing with the ordeals of hetero-patriarchal motherhood, but also a source of tensions/ambivalence. As feminists raising young children, we are committed to the imperative of (re)constructing feminist maternal genealogies in our latitudes, so that we can envision freer and more fulfilling horizons for our motherhood and non-motherhood experiences.</dc:description>
	<dc:description xml:lang="es-ES">Gilda Luongo es Doctora en Literatura por la Universidad de Chile. Escritora y docente, militante feminista, crítica e investigadora. Sus investigaciones han versado sobre &amp;nbsp;escrituras latinoamericanas en conexión con la diferencia sexual, feminismo, memoria, arte, educación y política. Vive en Santiago de Chile y tiene un hijo y una hija adultxs. En Agosto de 2018 le hicimos llegar una entrevista escrita que dio lugar a extensas y profundas reflexiones. Aquí publicamos un extracto de dicha entrevista. El intercambio se enmarcó en un trabajo indagatorio más amplio de experiencias de maternidades / no-maternidades en pensadoras feministas del sur, a través del cual buscamos detectar núcleos de sentido, recurrencias, similitudes y diferencias. Nos interesa develar de qué modo sus activismos feministas han sido una herramienta para hacerle frente a los embates de la maternidad heteropatriarcal, así como también una fuente de tensiones / ambivalencias. Como feministas atravesando la crianza de niños pequeños, nos resulta imperioso contribuir a la construcción de historias genealógicas maternales feministas de nuestras latitudes, que habiliten horizontes más libres y plenos para nuestras &amp;nbsp;maternidades y no maternidades. </dc:description>
	<dc:publisher xml:lang="es-ES">Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo</dc:publisher>
	<dc:date>2019-06-01</dc:date>
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	<dc:source xml:lang="es-ES">Boletín GEC; Núm. 23 (2019): Feminismos del Sur; 184-197</dc:source>
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