Sara Catherine Motta
Sara Catherine Motta is a mother, critical theorist, and popular educator who currently works in the Discipline of Politics at the University of Newcastle, NSW Australia. At present she is co-facilitating a number of activist-scholar projects including ‘La Politica de la Maternidad (The Politics of Motherhood)’ with militant mothers and grandmothers in Colombia, Brazil and Australia and ‘Decolonising Domestic Violence’ with survivors and critical practitioners in Australia and Colombia. She has published in many academic and activist outlets, including a radical feminist column Beautiful Transgressions – and Interface (of which she is also founding editor and currently Latin American Editor). Her most recent book is ‘Constructing 21st Century Socialism in Latin America: The Role of Radical Education’ with Mike Cole (Palgrave Macmillan Press). She is currently writing a decolonial feminist non-manifesto of liberation ‘Liminal Subjects: Weaving (our) Liberation’ and visioning (with others) the creation of a political school and community in Newcastle. She is contactable at: firstname.lastname@example.org.