Feminist activist and scholar will give a lecture on Central American feminisms, migration to the United States

Silvia Trujillo Cordobés

As part of the Latin American and Latinx Studies Series, the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures will host feminist scholar and activist Silvia Trujillo Cordobés at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 24 in 203 Rhatigan Student Center, Lancelot Room.

Cordobés is a sociologist, currently a professor of gender and communication, and cultures and diversity in the Department of Communication at the University Rafael Landívar in Guatemala City. Her lecture will be on “Central American Feminisms: Gender Violence and Migration to the United States.” It will be an opportunity to talk about women and gender issues, migration and contemporary Latin American topics. All are invited, although the lecture is in Spanish, and interpretation will be available.