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Alejandra Ballón, Teresina Muñoz-Nájar and Dolores Reyes in conversation with Paola Ugaz
An event that deals with the disappearance of women, told through fiction and non-fiction. Alejandra Ballón (Peru) is a Doctor of Social Anthropology from the School of Higher Studies in Social Sciences in Paris. This artist and researcher is the spokeswoman for the Ni Una Menos movement in Peru, which fights femicide and gender violence. Teresina Muñoz-Nájar (Peru) is the author of Desaparecidas, a work that compiles the voices of mothers, fathers and siblings who have suffered the disappearance of loved ones. Dolores Reyes (Argentina) is the author of the acclaimed international success Cometierra (2019) and its sequel, Miseria (2023). In the narrative universe created by Reyes, the protagonist is a girl who can knowthe location of dead or disappeared women just by putting a handful of earth in her mouth. In dialogue with the journalist Paola Ugaz.