Theories of the Flesh
Latinx and Latin American Feminisms, Transformation, and Resistance
Edited by Andrea J. Pitts, Mariana Ortega, and José Medina
Edited by Andrea J. Pitts, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Edited by Mariana Ortega, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Department of Philosophy, The Pennsylvania State University, and Edited by José Medina, Walter Dill Scott Professor, Department of Philosophy, Northwestern University
Andrea J. Pitts is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Their publications appear in IJFAB: The International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, Hypatia, Radical Philosophy Review, and Inter-American Journal of Philosophy. Pitts is also co-editor of Beyond Bergson: Examining Race and Colonialism through the Writings of Henri Bergson (SUNY Press, 2019).
Mariana Ortega is Associate Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies, and an affiliate in Latina/o Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She is co-editor with Linda Martín-Alcoff of the anthology Constructing the Nation: A Race and Nationalism Reader (SUNY Press, 2009) and author of In-Between: Latina Feminist Phenomenology, Multiplicity, and the Self (SUNY Press, 2016). She is the founder and director of the Latina/x Feminisms Roundtable (Formerly the Roundtable on Latina Feminism), a forum for U. S. Latina/x and Latin American feminisms.
José Medina is Walter Dill Scott Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University. His books include Speaking from Elsewhere (SUNY Press, 2006), and The Epistemology of Resistance (Oxford University Press, 2012), which received the 2012 North-American Society for Social Philosophy Book Award.
Linda Martín Alcoff is Professor of Philosophy at Hunter College and the Graduate School, C.U.N.Y.
Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo is professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies and director of American Studies in the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race (SLCR) at Washington State University.
Kevin Cedeño-Pacheco is a dual-title Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy and African American Studies at Pennsylvania State University.
Natalie Cisneros is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University.
Theresa Delgadillo is Professor of Comparative Studies at The Ohio State University.
Pedro J. DiPietro is Assistant Professor in the department of women's and gender studies and a member of the Democratizing Knowledge Collective at Syracuse University.
María Luisa Femenías is Professor at Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP); former Chair of the Department of Philosophy; co-founder and Chair (2006-2016) of Interdisciplinary Center for Research on Genders (CINIG) and of the Specialization on Education, Gender and Sexualities (E-GEN, 2013-2017).
Francesca Gargallo is a Mexican writer and poet. She studied philosophy in Italy at the Università degli studi di Roma and then in the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Erika Grimm is a dual-title Ph.D. candidate in Philosophy and Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies at The Pennsylvania State University.
Claudia De Lima Costa teaches literary theory, feminist theories, and cultural studies at the Federal University of Santa Catarina, in Florianópolis, Brazil.
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo is Professor of Comparative Ethnic Studies in and Director of the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race at Washington State University.
María Lugones is an Argentine feminist philosopher, social critic, and Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture, and of Philosophy, and of Women's Studies at Binghamton University in New York.
Stephanie Rivera Berruz is an assistant professor at Marquette University. She received her Ph.D. in Philosophy from SUNY Buffalo in 2014.
Xhercis Méndez is Assistant Professor of Women and Gender Studies and an affiliate faculty of African American Studies at California State University Fullerton.
Julie Avril Minich is Associate Professor of English and Mexican American & Latina/o Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where she teaches courses in Latinx literary and cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, and disability studies.
Paula M. L. Moya is the Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell Professor of Humanities and the Burton J. and Deedee McMurtry University Fellow in Undergraduate Education at Stanford University.
Laura E. Pérez is Chair of the new interdisciplinary and transAmericas research hub, the Latinx Research Center, formerly the Center for Latino Policy Research.
Elena Flores Ruíz is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Global Studies at Michigan State University. She is from Ciudad de México, Mexico.
Ofelia Schutte is Professor Emerita of Philosophy at the University of South Florida.