IRIS, Dissident Bodies, are academic conferences that aim to string together a modular reflection on issues as sensitive and paradigmatic as gender identity and sexual orientation.
Discourse on those links, conjectures and sensations that arise between our body geography, our sensation as individuals and our sexual-affective inclinations in space and time, understanding that everything can be immovable and that in turn everything can be changing, and even oscillating .
All this reflection also seeks to find an interpretation and a settlement in our personal, close, local, Balearic reality.
This academic dissertation will count as it could not be otherwise with suitable and relevant speakers in related areas such as education, sociology, anthropology, art, psychology, etc. Interventions will be in charge of:
JOSE IGNACIO PICHARDO GALÁN
Doctor in Social Anthropology, Complutense University of Madrid.
FEFA VILA NÚÑEZ
Sociologist specialized in feminist and cultural studies, Complutense University of Madrid.
Visual artist, transfeminist and antispeciesist activist. Bachelor of Fine Arts University of Vigo.
Professor of the Magister in Gender and Cooperation at the Complutense University of Madrid.
Interdisciplinary artist. Degree in Fine Arts University of Barcelona.