GWSS faculty invite you to explore Summer B term in Quito, Ecuador called “Sumak Kawsay: Well-Being, “Race,” and Gender in Ecuador/ Feminista Movements, Feminista Musics in Ecuador. Please see description below.
Info sessions will be held on 1/24, 3:30 in Mary Gates Hall 211B or 2/3, 12:30 in Mary Gates Hall 211.
Sumak Kawsay: Well-Being, “Race,” and Gender in Ecuador: application due: 2/15.
Feminista Movements, Feminista Musics in Ecuador
*Class taught in English. Financial aid available.
“We demand policies in favor of indigenous, black, mestiza, rural and impoverished urban women who have maintained the food sovereignty of our peoples: land, water, productive resources, greater access to knowledge, greater recognition of the knowledge we have formed through the caring relationship with nature.” Carmelina Morán, Assembla de Mujeres Populares y Diversas, Ecuador
This program considers the dialogue between feminista movements and feminista musics. Learn about sonic feministas in Ecuadorian hip hop, Afro-descendent music, and in Afro-diaspora culture. Course considers the music’s relationship to indigenous social movements rooted in Buen Vivir/Sumak Kawsay, a practice that recognizes the reciprocal well-being of earth/la pachamama and her inhabitants. Feminista movements and music will be considered within Ecuador’s general history of social movements for Buen Vivir/Sumak Kawsay.
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