20 avril, Madrid


Screening of I’m not a feministe, but… organised by The Feminist Reseach Institute at Complutense University of Madrid, with Christine Delphy.

Hora: 17:30 horas – 20:30 horas

Lugar: Biblioteca Histórica Marqués de Valdecilla. C/ Noviciado, 3. 28015 Madrid.

The Feminist Research Institute is an academic centre of Complutense University of Madrid. The centre is an interdisciplinary one which involves quite a lot of Faculties from Complutense University and which collaborates with other Universities in Spain.

The Feminist Research Institute was approved by the University board council in 1988. Since that date the centre has been developing activities continuously; its main goal being spreading feminist thinking and gendered creation.

During these years (1988-2012) the University centre has carried out its social and scientific work through the creation and preservation of interdisciplinary researching teams on feminist criticism and Women´s studies.

Currently, it accounts for a monographic publishing, including a set of volumes, all of them focused on Feminist Studies. Moreover, the Institute also publishes an academic magazine –on line-, called:Feminist Research Review. As for the field of teaching, the Institute also offers official studies, as well: Specialist DegreeAgent in gender-based violence detection and prevention and an official Master Degree in Feminist Studies, as well as workshops, seminars, conferences etc, Seventy five Lecturers, some of them Professors, belong to The Institute Council, whose board also accounts for other members from non- university cultural and social Institutions in order to combine both academic and administrative staff.

The Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid or Universidad de Madrid)  is a public research university located in Madrid, and one of the oldest universities in the world.

L’université Complutense de Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) connue officieusement comme « La Complutense » pour avoir été la seule université espagnole autorisée à accorder le titre de docteur au cours de la fin du XIXe et au début du XXe siècle, est l’une des principales et prestigieuses universités d’Espagne (et du monde hispanophone).