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The political landscape has shown two obvious features in recent years; on the one hand, the crisis of the neoliberal model and its different manifestations and, on the other, the incursion of the feminist movement as a key actor in the processes of social transformation. This fact has been particularly evident in Latin America, where experiences such as the struggle for the legalization of abortion in Argentina, the women's movement for peace in Colombia and the achievement of a constitutional process with gender parity in Chile have shown not only a questioning of the patriarchal social structure, but a new way of conceiving the exercise of political power. In this talk, the author, based on a recognized theoretical background in the current of populist theory and her experience in the aforementioned countries,
Luciana Cadahia : She is currently an associate professor at the Institute of Aesthetics of the Catholic University of Chile. She has been Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Romances Studies at Cornell University (Ithaca, United States), as well as a professor at the Autonomous University of Madrid, at FLACSO-Ecuador and at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Colombia. She has also served as a researcher and visiting professor at other universities in Latin America and Europe. His preferred lines of research focus on the link between the aesthetic-political thought of
modernity and contemporaneity linked to elements such as sensitivity, the popular, populism and republicanism.