Session XX, 23th FEBRUARY 2018: Historia de la sexualidad

People in charge: Marie Walin (Université Toulouse/Casa de Velázquez) y Mónica García (Universidad de Oviedo)

Language: Spanish

Texts:  

Ann Stoler: “Carnal Knowledge and Imperial Power: Gender, Race and Morality in Colonial Asia”, in Joan W. Scott, Feminism and History, Oxford/New York, Oxford University Press, 1996. 
 
Delphine Gardey et Ilana Löwy, “Introduction”, en L’invention du natural: Les sciences et la fabrication du féminin et du masculin, Paris: Editions des archives contemporaines – EAC, 2000.
 
Dagmar Herzog: “Sexuality, Memory, Morality”, in History and Memory, 17 (2005), 238-266.
 
Venue: Centro Cultural La Corrala. Calle de Carlos Arniches, 3, 28005 Madrid. Aula Negra. 16:45.
Participants: Juan Pan-Montojo, Sophie Bustos, Héctor Ruiz, Gabriela de Lima Grecco, Diego Crescentino, Saúl Martínez, Alejandro Camino, Annabelle Marin, Antoine Sénéchal, Darina Martykánová, Irene Mendoza, Javier Martínez Dos Santos, Álvaro Sánchez Arribas, Frédéric Spillemaeker, Manuel Robles, Daniel San Frutos, Alejandro García, Fabio Robles, Jesús de Felipe, Agnès Caraglio, Rodrigo García, Carlota Matesanz, María Llinares, Cristina Gregorio

Darina Martykánová

Darina Martykánová is historian, dealing mainly with Spain and the Ottoman Empire. She works at the Departament of Modern History of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her research focuses on the history of professions and on transnational circulation of knowledge. Her second line of research concerns the redefinition of masculinites in interaction with the discourse of "progress of civilisation".

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