Jeannette Tineo Durán
(República Dominicana, 1973)
EDUCATION AND ARTISTIC MEDIATION RESEARCH RESIDENCES
September - October 2023
Anti-racist, transborder, Caribbean, Afro-diasporic bird, clinical psychologist, popular educator. I believe in healing justice and poetry is my nourishment. I work in connections with narrative therapies, afro spirituality and art. I love to dance bachata, dive into the sea and love intensely. I have accompanied more than 300 collective healing projects between Abya Yala and Spain. Researcher focused on participatory action with more than 50 studies in the psychosocial field around the "decolonisation of the mind", desires, affective cartographies in the diasporic context, sexual and gender dissidence. I studied clinical psychology, specialised in psychoanalysis with a master's degree in cultural studies and a doctorate in interdisciplinary gender studies. I have collaborated in several projects for the Foundation for a Just Society (FJS), Calala Women's Fund, The American Jewish Service, Astraea Lesbian Fund, Residencias Artísticas Matadero and Reina Sofia Museum, among others.