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A Lifelong Learning Process in Gender, Peace, Environment and Development: Autobiographic Reminiscences and Reflections

  • Úrsula Oswald Spring
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Part of the Pioneers in Arts, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Practice book series (PAHSEP, volume 17)

Abstract

This biography is a subjective account of my memories about my life experiences and scientific training that have shaped my intellectual development. They have influenced my commitment to fight for a more just and equitable society for women and men and for a more peaceful world. Three continents forged my intellectual experiences, and I have received very contrasting impacts that have left deep footprints on my scientific and social commitments and on my life as a mother, a social activist, policymaker and as a socio-environmental scientist who has aimed for a more just and peaceful world.

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  1. 1.Regional Centre for Multidisciplinary Research (CRIM)National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)CuernavacaMexico

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