pascha bueno-hansen is an assistant professor in women’s studies at
the University of Delaware. She is the author of Queertra≈cking through Femi-
nist Movements in the Americas (forthcoming).
ana carcedo cabañas is a feminist activist and co-founder and presi-
dent of the Centro Feminista de Información y Acción. She holds a master’s
in women’s studies and teaches and conducts research at the Universidad de
Costa Rica. She has published widely in the area of women’s human rights,
violence against women, and femicide.
adriana carmona lópez is the general director of Attention to Victims
of Crimes in Mexico City and the external legal adviser for the Centro de
Derechos Humanos de las Mujeres and Justicia para Nuestras Hijas, both in
Chihuahua, Mexico, where she helped represent feminicide cases in Ciudad
Juárez and Chihuahua and before the Inter-American Commission on Hu-
man Rights.
jennifer casey holds a juris doctorate from the Hastings College of Law,
University of California. She practices immigration law in the Boston area.
lucha castro rodríguez is the coordinator of the Centro de Dere-
chos Humanos de las Mujeres and legal representative for mothers of disap-
peared and assassinated young women of Ciudad Juárez and Chihuahua,
including Justicia para Nuestras Hijas. She has worked as a consultant for
nongovernmental organizations and as a mediator in conflict resolution and
has instructed workshops on gender, human rights, civil resistance, and Mexi-
can law.
angélica cházaro is an attorney with the Northwest Immigrant Rights
Project in Seattle. She is the co-author (with Jennifer Casey) of Getting Away
with Murder: Guatemala’s Failure to Protect Women and Rodi Alvarado’s Quest
for Safety (2006) and ‘‘Witnessing Memory and Surviving Domestic Vio-
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