Carmen Magallón

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Carmen Magallón (2017).

Carmen Magallón-Portolés is a PhD, a physicist, and Master in Philosophy of Science by University of Zaragoza, Spain, committed with the advancement of women through researching their contributions to two important fields: science and peace.[1][2] Her thinking is an important reference in the Spanish studies of Women in Science[3] and Feminist Pacifism. Among her works in this field: Mujeres en pie de paz, Madrid, Siglo XXI, 2006[4] and Contar en el mundo. Una mirada sobre las relaciones internacionales desde las vidas de las mujeres, Madrid, Horas y horas, 2012.[5]

In 2011 she was elected President of WILPF Spain, the Spanish section of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.[6] In September 2013, the Martin Luther King Institute of the Polytechnic University of Nicaragua (UPOLI), in the celebration of its 20th anniversary awarded her the 'Order of Peace Martin Luther King': "for her outstanding contribution to the development of women's rights, the feminist thought and the construction of a culture of peace in the world". At the ceremony, Dr. Magallón presented the keynote: "Universalize female legacies, build a civilizatory rationality: steps towards a culture of peace". The Instituto Martin Luther King (IMLK) is part of the UPOLI, a Nicaraguan university located in Managua. Its main objective is to build a culture of peace.[7]

Women contributions to science and peace

The recovery of the history of women, their experiences and their knowledge is a must for building a gender equality. In particular, it is important to deepen the knowledge of Women in science. Much of the literature on this subject comes from the Anglo-Saxon world. This article wants to add the perspective of women scientists in Spain, through the writings published by Carmen Magallón. Most of her works are included in the data basis Dialnet, University of La Rioja, Spain.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Portolés, Carmen Magallón (26 May 2019). "Mujeres en pie de paz: pensamiento y prácticas". Siglo XXI de España Editores – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Graf, Norma Blazquez; Flores, Javier (26 May 2019). "Ciencia, tecnología y género en Iberoamérica". UNAM – via Google Books.
  3. ^ Pioneras españolas en las ciencias, Madrid, CSIC, 2004
  4. ^ "Mujeres en pie de paz. Pensamientos y prácticas - Siglo XXI Editores". www.sigloxxieditores.com.
  5. ^ Sip, Fundación (21 May 2012). "Fundación SIP: Contar en el Mundo por Carmen Magallón".
  6. ^ "WILPF España – Sección española de la Liga Internacional de Mujeres por la Paz y la Libertad".
  7. ^ Upoli, Relaciones Públicas (15 August 2013). "Blog de la UPOLI: Veinte años promoviendo la Cultura de Paz en Nicaragua".
  8. ^ "Dialnet". Dialnet.

External link[edit]

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