In the framework of the 25th of November, in which we demand the cessation of violence against women, ICADS speaker Kattia Castro proposes in this article to give evidence toward the prevalence of significantly pernicious imaginaries related to the normalization of violence, which impedes it being unmasked and transformed.
Have you heard about people wearing masks made out of paper for dancing? This is what Macaradas tradition is about! Learn more here!
As part of our semester programs, Spring 2018 students spent a week in Nicaragua. That year, Diane Román, ICADS Communications Coordinator, had the chance to go with them and visit this country for the first time. She shares her experience here!
Marie MacDonald made her internship at ICADS and she shares her experience here!
ICADS Staff members Anthony Chamberlian and Gabriel Vargas had the chance to attend the Community Partner Forum (CPF) organized by the GESI Staff of the Buffet Institute for Global Studies at Northwestern University. Gabriel tells us his experience in this blog post!
What does doing an internship really mean? Find it out here!
Religion, gender, and politics are difficult topics to talk about in Costa Rica, and believe it or not they're always related. Kattia Castro Flores, an ICADS speaker, is a mother, theologist, and feminist (although it sounds contradictory) has been studying for years the relationship of these three items, and how they affect people.