Radcliffe Institute Chilean Constitutional Reform: Mother Nature, Mapuche Women, and Decolonial Perspectives
Harvard Radcliffe Institute is pleased to welcome Elisa Loncón Antileo to deliver the Rama S. Mehta Lecture on Tuesday, January 31 at 4pm ET.
In 2021, Loncón was elected as one of the representatives of the Mapuche people to the Chilean Constitutional Convention and was then named the Convention’s first president. In her talk, Loncón will discuss her experience—from personal, professional, and philosophical perspectives—leading the historic convention as an Indigenous woman and the lessons learned from her involvement.
This is a hybrid event.
To join the event in person, in Knafel Center, register here
To join the event online, via Zoom, register here