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Panelists for A Fantastic Woman/ Panelistas para Una mujer fantástica

Leyla Flores Morales

Leyla Flores Morales is from Chile. She received a BA in History and Geography from the Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación and an MA in History from the Universidad de Santiago de Chile. She also holds an MSW from Grand Valley State University. She has conducted extensive research on women’s history during the colonial period and early 20th Century in Chile. She also has extensive experience working with Latinos as a social worker and advocate in Tucson, AZ and Grand Rapids, MI. She is currently a supervisor in the Core Health Program at Healthier Communities/Spectrum Health.

Leyla Flores Morales es originaria de Chile. Recibió su licenciatura en Historia y Geografía en la Universidad Metropolitana de Ciencias de la Educación. Tiene dos maestrías. Su primera maestría es en Historia, por la Universidad de Santiago de Chile; su segunda maestría es en trabajo social por Grand Valley State University. Leyla ha hecho investigación sobre la historia de las mujeres en la época colonial y a principios del siglo XX. Ha trabajado extensamente con la comunidad latina como trabajadora social en Tucson, AZ, y en Grand Rapids, MI. Actualmente es supervisora del programa Core Health, parte del programa Healthier Communities/Spectrum Health en Grand Rapids.

Cáel M. Keegan

Cáel M. Keegan is Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Liberal Studies at GVSU. He is the author of Lana and Lilly Wachowski: Sensing Transgender and has published work on LGBTQ media in Genders, Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture, Transgender Studies Quarterly, Mediekultur, and Spectator. He is co-editor of Somatechnics 8.1 on "Cinematic Bodies," and has appeared in the Vice Guide to Film's episode on "Trans Cinema." Facebok and Twitter: Cael M Keegan, @caelkeegan

Cáel M. Keegan es profesor de Estudios de Género y Sexualidad, y de Estudios Liberales en Grand Valley State University. Es autor de Lana and Lilly Wachowski: Sensing Transgender y ha publicado artículos sobre medios LGBTQ en las revistas Genders, Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture, Transgender Studies Quaterly, Mediekultur, y Spectator. Es co-editor de Somatechnics 8.1 en “Cinematic Bodies”, y ha aparecido en un episodio de Vice Guide to Film sobre “Trans Cinema”. Información de contacto a través de Facebook y Twitter: Cael M Keegan, @caelkeegan

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