Nicola Chávez Courtright is a PhD student in anthropology, psychological/medical track, at the University of California, Los Angeles, and holds an MA in American studies and ethnicity from the University of Southern California. Their research sits with queer and trans political life in El Salvador and pries into questions of affect, homonationalism, and experiential precarity. Their work has appeared in Cultural Anthropology and Revista Identidades. They are one of the founders of AMATE El Salvador, an LGBTQ+ archive in San Salvador.

Ochy Curiel was born in the Dominican Republic and currently lives in Colombia. She is a member of the Grupo Latinoamericano de Estudios, Formación y Acción Feminista (GLEFAS) and Tremenda Revoltosa, batacada feminista. She is a singer-songwriter and an activist in the lesbian feminist, antiracist, autonomist feminist, and decolonial feminist movements. She has a PhD and MA in social anthropology,...

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