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María Fernanda Lanfranco-Gonzalez

Thesis

Women's Activism and Feminism in the Chile Solidarity Movement

Supervisor: Dr Lawrence Black

Research

Fernanda is interested in the transnational history of feminism and women's activism during the twentieth century in Europe and Latin America, with a particular focus on the development of women's rights as human rights. Her research interests also include women's and gender history, and the history of the Left.

Papers

  • 'Are Human Rights Women’s Rights? A Chilean exile perspective', The Society of Latin American Studies Annual Conference, May 2020.
  • 'Between the National and the International. Women’s Transnational Activism in Twentieth Century Chile', Workshop Women’s Rights and Global Socialism. Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, December 2019.
  • 'Exposición: Exilio, Solidaridad y activismo de mujeres en Inglaterra (1973-1990)', I Jornada Internacional de Historia Política y Social, Instituto de Historia, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, October 2019.
  • 'Solidaridad, género y feminismo: el movimiento de solidaridad con Chile, exiliadas chilenas y organizaciones de mujeres en Gran Bretaña, 1973-1990', Coloquio Chile: migración, exilio, conflicto y memoria, Université Lumière-Lyon 2, June 2019.
  • 'Mujeres y feminismo en el movimiento de solidaridad con Chile (1973-1990)', Postgraduates in Latin American Studies Annual Conference, University of York, June 2019
  • 'Between the National and the International: Women's Activism in Twentieth Century Chile', Gendering Socialist Internationalism Workshop (2nd meeting), University of Liverpool, November 2018.
  • 'Women’s Solidarity and Feminism. Transnational Connections between Chile and Britain during the 1970s and 1980s', Royal Holloway History Postgraduate Seminar, June 2018.
  • 'Practices of Solidarity in Women’s International Organisations'. Workshop Gendering Socialist Internationalism, University of Liverpool, March 2018.
  • 'International Women’s organisations and Solidarity with Chile', Conference Revising the Geography of Modern World Histories, University of York, February 2018.
  • 'Activismo de mujeres y feminismo: Chile y Gran Bretaña desde una perspectiva transnacional (1970-1990)'. Seminar Research Group on State and Society in the Contemporary World, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Chile), January 2018.
  • 'Gendered Solidarity and Feminism: Transnational Connections Between Britain and Chile during the 1980s'. Conference ‘British Modern Studies in Broken World’, University of Birmingham, July 2018.
  • 'Transnational Women’s Networks and Solidarity with Chile', III Annual Conference Border v/s Bridges in the Americas. UCL Americas Research Network, University College London, May 2017.
  • 'Women’s transnational organisations and Solidarity with Chile', Workshop ‘Women, Activism and Reform’, Women’s Committee Economic History Society, November 2016.
  • 'Chilean and British Feminism: A transnational approach', Postgraduate Conference, University of York, October 2016.
  • 'Project ‘Chilean and British Feminism: A transnational approach’. Seminar History Department. University of Lund (Sweden). May 2016.
  • 'Julieta Kirkwood ideas and the Chilean women’s movement in global perspective', II Annual Conference Ideas & Transformations in the Americas, UCL Americas Research Network, University College London, April 2016 (with Raúl Burgos).

Publications

  • 'La discusión política sobre mortalidad infantil en Chile durante la década de 1930. Elementos para una aproximación histórico política'. Anuario de Estudios Americanos. Vol. 74. Nº 2. 2017.
  • 'La teoría sobre la naturaleza del hombre y la sociedad en el pensamiento de Robert Owen como base del socialismo británico (1813 – 1816)'. Historia Crítica. N°50. 2013.
  • 'Problemas del Estado de Bienestar Británico en la Historia del tiempo presente. Una aproximación a la trayectoria de reducción del Welfare State'. Análisis Político. N°73. (Co-autor con Dr. Claudio Llanos.

External activities

Contact details

Ms María Fernanda Lanfranco-Gonzalez
PhD student
Department of History
University of York
Heslington
York
YO10 5DD