• Graduate Student Notes from the Field: Christina Azahar on Understanding Feminist Music and Organizing in Santiago, Chile

    9 days ago - By Berkeley

    Since January 2018, I have been in Santiago, Chile on a Fulbright US Student Fellowship conducting ethnographic research for my dissertation, titled “Noisy Women, Imagined Spaces: Mobility and the Emplacement of Feminist Politics in música popular chilena.” Christina Azahar A bit about this title. What first interested me in studying feminist activism in Chilean popular music wasn't just the ways women were “making noise” and speaking out more boldly about gender and sexual violence. I was also curious about the ways they were creating their own spaces to combat these issues. That's why in...
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