Conference papers


"Consuming freedom. The Norms of Leisure", XI OcioguneInstituto de Estudios del Ocio, Deusto University (Bilbao, 9-10 july 2016). 


“Perfectly Human. Thinking with Judith Butler”, discussant in “Seminar with Judith Butler”, CCCB Human+ The future of our species Barcelona 6 nov. 2015). 


“Beauty and the Nation. Fashion Models as Soft Power Ambassadors”, Bodies and agencies in the social arena, Institució Milà I Fontanals, CSIC (Barcelona 2-3 Nov. 2015).   


"Divine Icons of Desire: Spiritual Rhetoric in Fashionable Body Cults", Pannel: The Iconic Turn: Images, Art & Communication International Association of Women Philosophers: Philosophy, Knowledge and Feminist Practices (Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, June 24-27 2014). 


“To Look The (Gender) Part? Fashionable Bodies And Gender Dysphoria”, IX W O R K S H O P Cartographies of the BodyCartographies of Science and Technology: Ethnographies, Images, and Epistemologies, STS department, Philosophy Institute, Spanish National Scientific Research Council (Madrid 22-24 octubre 2012).


"No-Body is Perfect. Transexualidad y la performance del estilo", Round table “Readings on Performativity. Judith Butler’s Hit in Sexuality Studies”, I International Congress on Sexual Diversity in Hispanic America, University Pablo de Olavide, Sevile (5-7 July 2012).


“Autoethnography of fashion modelling: who is the object!?”, The Body. Subject and Object of the Social Sciences, Institució Milà I Fontanals, Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona (28th-31st Jan 2009). 


Chair and Pannel coordinator “Artificial is beautiful. Cross-cultural approaches on plastic surgery”, The Body. Subject and Object of the Social Sciences, Institució Milà I Fontanals, Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Barcelona (forthcoming, 28th-31st Jan).

“Fashion Models as National Products. A Coloured Look”, Ending International Feminist Futures?, University of Aberdeen (24-25 Oct 2008).


“Transsexualism in Spain. A Cultural and Legal Perspective”, together with Gerard Coll-Planes First ISA Forum of Sociology, Sociological Research and Public Debate, (Barcelona, September 5 - 8, 2008).


"A Cultural History of Fashion Models", Varieties of Cultural History Conference, University of Aberdeen (5-8th July 2007).


Coordinadora, moderadora y ponente en la mesa redonda “Beauty and the feminist beast. New perspectives on women’s bodies and the aesthetic”, Telling Bodies. Practices, Discourses, Looks, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, (26–30 Marzo 07).


«Categories That Matter. A Cross-Cultural Study of Transsexualism as a Performative Scientific Category,” Colloque International Genre, Science, Recherche. Regards et Propositions en Sciences Sociales, Centre de Recherche en Histoire des Sciences et des Techniques/École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 29 Nov., 2005.


“Modelos de Feminidad”, Congreso Nacional XXV Años de Estudios de Género. Mujeres Sabias, entre la teoría y la práctica, Fundación Isonomía, 2005, Castelló, Septiembre 2004.


“L’impacte de la SIDA a la indústria de la moda”, II Jornades Comunicació i SIDA, Universitat de Lleida, 25-26 Nov. 2004.


"What is the matter with transsexualism? On the sex/gender distinction as a performative discursive production", Xth Symposium of the International Association of Women Philosophers: A Passion for Freedom. Action, Passion and Politics. Feminist Controversies, Barcelona, 2-5 Oct. 2002.


"Transexualismo o la tecnología del género", IV Congreso Iberoamericano de Ciencia, Tecnología y Género, Madrid, 23-27 Julio 2002.


"Counselling Transgender/transsexual persons", Training for Health Care Providers: Talking about Sexuality Issues with your Patients - Skills Building Workshop, XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona 2002, Barcelona, Julio 2002.


"Modelling Bodies, Fashioning Identities: Gendered Subjectivity en Transsexualism and beyond", 4S/EASST Worlds en Transition: Technoscience, Citizenchip and Culture en the 21st Century, Vienna, Sept. 2000.


"Bodies as Artificial Kinds", Sociality/Materiality: The Status of the Object en Social Science, Brunel University (London), 8-10 Sept. 1999.