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Yuderkys Espinosa-Miñoso is associate professor and adjunct researcher, FLACSO-Dominican Republic and Argentina and academic coordinator and professor in the Online Program for Andean Thought and Decolonial Feminism, GLEFAS/IDECA. Researcher GLEFAS.
María Lugones was a leading decolonial feminist philosophyer and most recognized scholar in the area of decolonial feminism to date. A recipient of the Caribbean Philosophical Association's Frantz Fanon Lifetime Achievement Award, she was a Professor of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University, SUNY, before joining the ancestors in the summer of 2020.
Nelson Maldonado-Torres is a philosopher of modernity/coloniality and decoloniality and Professor of Latino and Caribbean Studies, Chair of the Program in Comparative Literature, and Director of the Rutgers Advanced Institute for Critical Caribbean Studies at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He also co-chairs the Frantz Fanon Foundation with Mireille Fanon Mendès France.
Decolonial Feminism: Editors’ Introduction, by Yuderkys Espinosa-Miñoso, María Lugones, and Nelson Maldonado-Torres
- Gender and Universality in Colonial Methodology, María Lugones
- Toward a Genealogy of Experience: Critiquing the Coloniality of Feminist Reason from Latin America, Yuderkys Espinosa-Miñoso, Translation by Carlos Ulises Decena and Geo Maher
- Constructing Feminist Methodologies from the Perspective of Decolonial Feminism, Ochy Curiel, Translation by María Elizabeth Rodríguez
- The Question of the Coloniality of Democracy, Breny Mendoza, Translation by Rafael Vizcaíno
- The Limits of Civic Political Imagination: Sexual citizenship, Coloniality, and Antiracist Decolonial Feminist Resistance, Iris Hernández Morales, Translation by Shawn Gonzalez
- Public Policies on Gender Equality: Technologies of Modern Colonial Gender, Celenis Rodríguez Moreno, Translation by Verónica Dávila
- The Killing of Women and Global Accumulation: The Case of Bello Puerto Del Mar Mi Buenaventura, Betty Ruth Lozano Lerma, Translation by Carolina Alonso Bejarano
- Notes on the Coloniality of Militarization and Feminicidal Violence in Abya Yala, Sarah Daniel and Norma Cacho, Translation by Jennifer Vilchez
- This Knowledge Counts! Harmony and Spirituality in Miskitu Critical Thought, Jessica Martínez-Cruz
- Fighting for Life with Our Feet on the Ground: Anticolonial and Decolonial Wagers from Indigenous and Campesina Women in Mexico, Carmen Cariño Trujillo, Translation by Amanda González Izquierdo
- Resisting, Re-existing, and Co-existing (De)spite the State: Women’s Insurgencies for Territory and Life in Ecuador, Catherine Walsh
Decolonial Feminism in Abya Yala: Caribbean, Meso, and South American Contributions and Challenges provides a robust framework. As editors Yuderkys Espinosa-Miñoso, Lugones, and Nelson Maldonado-Torres write, the volume offers “a glimpse into a rich variety of approaches, voices, questions, and contributions that are part of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx decolonial feminism...." [This book] has the potential to catalyze solidarity beyond borders, illustrating the possibilities of what the editors call “the world that we want and to which we belong.”— NACLA Report on the Americas