Camilo Antillón is a Nicaraguan sociologist, specialized in gender, sexuality, and cultural studies. He has experience in research and practice on sexual and reproductive health and rights, sexual and gender based violence, and urban and memory studies. He has authored and edited several published works, including the Anthology of contemporary Nicaraguan critical thinking (CLACSO, 2016; co-edited with J.P. Gómez), a chapter in the collective volume Bodies in resistance: gender and sexual politics in the age of neoliberalism (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), and several articles and research reports.
Type of event: Panel Discussion
Date & time: May 3, 20:30 – 22:00