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"Imprensa feminista brasileira pós-1974" ; Brazilian feminist press after-1974

Cardoso, Elizabeth da Penha
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 19/04/2004 PT
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Esta dissertação discute os desdobramentos do projeto do movimento feminista brasileiro na imprensa feminista do País. Apoiada na literatura especializada em feminismo brasileiro e na pesquisa de campo, afirmo que a imprensa feminista pós-1974 pode ser dividida em duas fases distintas: primeira e segunda geração. A primeira preocupada com as questões de classe e com as diferenças sociais, e a segunda pautada pela questão de gênero. Dois acontecimentos históricos marcam a divisão entre a primeira e segunda geração de periódicos feministas: o II e o III Congresso da Mulher Paulista, realizados em 1980 e 1981, respectivamente.; This work discusses the consequences of the Brazilian feminist movement in the Brazilian feminist press. Based on specialized literature in Brazilian feminism and on field research, it shows that the feminist press after-1974 can be divided in two different moments: first and second generations. The first is mainly worried with social class questions and social differences, and the second is mainly focused on genre questions. Two historical events mark the division between the first and the second generation of feminist periodicals: the II and the III São Paulo State Woman Congress, that happened...

Remembering a ‘multicultural’ future through a history of emigration: towards a feminist politics of solidarity

Gray, Breda
Fonte: Department of Sociology, University of Limerick Publicador: Department of Sociology, University of Limerick
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/workingPaper; all_ul_research
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non-peer-reviewed; This article investigates the workings of empathy, identification and solidarity across difference and argues that these represent urgent theoretical and political concerns for feminist politics today. It also points to the affective power of memory in political discourse, its potential to bolster identity, and its centrality to differentiation, all of which render the deployments of memory critical to understanding the politics of differentiation and belonging. These topics are addressed via a discussion of selected pro-immigrant discourses in the Republic of Ireland at the turn of the twenty-first century and how these discourses invoke the ethical potential in memorialising past emigration from Ireland. Three questions are addressed: first, what kinds of analogies are drawn between new immigration to Ireland in the present and a past marked by emigration? Second, what can the notion of a ‘repressed national memory of emigration’ contribute to the promotion of a critical multiculturalism and solidarity with immigrants? And finally, what can debates about difference and identification within feminist theory tell us about how ethnic, familial or national ties might ground or inhibit the development of an ethical relationship to the other? The article concludes with a discussion of the possibilities for feminist solidarity in contexts of the multicultural and the global.

The Loneliness of the feminist historian

McGrath, Ann
Fonte: Taylor & Francis Publicador: Taylor & Francis
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Feminist historians in Australia have achieved the critical mass that means that they no longer need to be the sole woman’s voice pleading to get women into the history corridors and inside the books. By looking back at recent history reflexively, this article celebrates the achievement of feminist historians over the past four decades in making profound impacts on mainstream historical writing and understanding. Engaging in particular with the work of feminist historians Joan Scott and Joy Damousi, ‘The Loneliness of the Feminist Historian’ considers whether feminist history has a future. It also reflects upon the author’s memories of the feminist history movement from the 1970s and 1980s—its aims, its achievements and its significant successes, especially compared with other social science disciplines. It explains how certain ‘great (female) historians’ made courageous efforts to internationalise and pluralise feminist history. It also probes the meaning and relevance of ‘professional masculinities’, pointing out that feminist historians were supported by key male historians, who backed them in gaining career and publishing opportunities. Additionally, the challenges of Indigenous scholars led to a sharpening of critical approaches to colonialism. This article argues...

Simply Divine : feminist aesthetics in three music theatre works of Elena Kats-Chernin / by Helen Kathryn Rusak.; Feminist aesthetics in three music theatre works of Elena Kats-Chernin; Feminist aesthetics in 3 music theatre works of Elena Kats-Chernin

Rusak, Helen Kathryn
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 36447 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em //2005 EN
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"This thesis examines and applies feminist musicological theory to Iphis, Matricide the musical, and Mr Barbecue, three musical theatre works by the Australian composer Elena Kats-Chernin." --p. iii.; Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Elder School of Music, 2005; Bibliography: leaves 211-218.; viii, 345 p. : ill. (some col.), music ; 31 cm.; Title page, contents and abstract only. The complete thesis in print form is available from the University Library.

Are gender equality institutions the policy allies of the feminist movement? A contingent "yes" in the Spanish central state

Valiente Fernández, Celia
Fonte: Routledge Taylor & Francis Publicador: Routledge Taylor & Francis
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em /09/2007 ENG
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This article studies the extent to which gender equality institutions are the policy allies of the feminist movement in Spain. A policy ally of the feminist movement is defined as one that adopts the demands of the movement and includes them in the policy process. This article analyses the role played by the Women’s Institute (WI) between 1983 and 2003 in 12 policy debates, in a third of which the WI was an ally of the movement. Two circumstances are identified as necessary for the WI to act as an ally of the feminist movement, whilst other are not strictly necessary but have facilitated the WI acting as a policy ally of the movement.

Caution! Hazards ahead: considering the potential gap between feminist thinking and men/masculinities theory and practice

Beasley, C.
Fonte: Sage Publications Publicador: Sage Publications
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2015 EN
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This article reflects on the relationship between contemporary feminist theorising and men/ masculinities scholarship and practical interventions, in particular those interventions around violence. The aim is to consider potential disjunctions between feminist thought and pro-feminist men/masculinities scholarship, and associated possible disjunctions within men/masculinities scholarship. If these disjunctions are accepted, what might be a response? Whatever approach might be taken, this issue is of significance for sociological scholars attending to gender and for practitioners influenced by or employing their work.; Chris Beasley

I Think I am a Feminist: A Study of Feminist Identity Development of Undergraduate College Women

Purnell, LaTayna M
Fonte: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University Publicador: [Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University
Tipo: Doctoral Dissertation
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Thesis (PhD) - Indiana University, School of Education, 2006; Although today's college women take advantage of the opportunities made available to them by the effort of the feminist movement, the word feminism has a negative connotation for many young women who deny identification with the label when describing themselves. Central research questions included: a) how is feminism defined by the college women in this study; b) what is the current start of feminism on this college campus; and c) how do the epistemological perspective of these young women relate to their understanding and acceptance of feminism. Fifty-six undergraduate women at a selective co-educational liberal arts institution completed a survey of their position on feminism and were asked to identify as a)feminist, b) non-feminist, or c) don't know. Twenty-five of these respondents were interviewed in depth to explore their experience of feminism. Epistemological stage of the participants was studied through the use of the Measure of Epistemological Reflection (Baxter Magolda & Porterfield, 1985). Half of the women in the study considered themselves feminist and many in the "don't know" category were exploring feminism. Definitions of feminism were contextual and varied greatly among the respondents...

Derridean deconstruction and feminism: exploring aporias in feminist theory and practice.

Papadelos, Pam
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: 939786 bytes; 44607 bytes; application/pdf; application/pdf
Publicado em //2007 EN
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This thesis examines the politics of deconstruction within the interdisciplinary field of Women’s Studies and the question as to whether deconstruction has a politics, or can enhance the political goals of western feminism. This thesis argues that philosophy, and deconstruction in particular, is extremely useful for re-thinking feminist issues, especially around subjectivity and agency, but is not always seen to be so by some Australian feminists. As a result, Australian feminism, like feminism in other Anglophone countries, founded on the dichotomy of sameness-difference, has run out of theoretical and political steam. This thesis explores deconstruction within feminist debates and practices from the mid-1980s to present. In exploring both the contribution of deconstruction to rethinking difference and agency, and the failure on the part of most Australian women’s studies programs to apply the full potential of deconstruction, an argument is put forward for the value of deconstruction as a way of rethinking the question of woman’s subordination. While this is not a new area of study, this thesis focuses on the political efficacy of deconstruction, which is not always directly addressed in feminist texts. The first three chapters focus on the ways deconstruction has been interpreted...

Stateless aesthetics: feminist human rights discourse on statelessness in Kuwait

Kennedy, S.
Fonte: Common Ground Publishing Publicador: Common Ground Publishing
Tipo: Conference item
Publicado em //2013 EN
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Do human rights activists share the interests of those they claim to represent? Some human rights discourse on the stateless of Kuwait exhibits bias at the expense of it's subject. Refugees International published Discrimination Against Women Creates Statelessness by Refugees International in 17 October 2011. The report made broad claims about the obstacles faced by the stateless of Kuwait and attributed them to government. A close reading of the report finds that some activists utilise discourse on statelessness in the Middle East as an opportunity to advance the rights of more privileged citizen women. Authors push for law reform to expand citizen women?s rights so that they can confer citizenship on their stateless children. On the other hand, they warn stateless women against marrying Kuwaiti citizen or stateless men and present an alternative option that 'RI heard' for stateless women, to refuse to marry or procreate. The gendering of discourse in the report subjugates the cause of stateless people to the feminist priorities of these activists. The analysis demonstrates the profound the impact a feminist lens can leverage on stateless people's representation in the human rights discourse.; http://cgpublisher.com/conferences/256/proposals/677/index_html; This paper analyses suggestions made by the feminist human rights lobby that discourage stateless women from exercising their right to found a family that is provided to all women in international law.; Susan Kennedy; Virtual presentation...

The shifting terrain of feminist theory and activism : university-based women's centres and third wave feminism

Adams, Lindsay.
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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This thesis, based on the results of an organizational ethnography of a university-based feminist organization in Southern Ontario (the Centre), traces how third wave feminism is being constituted in the goals, initiatives, mandate, organizational structure, and overall culture of university-based feminist organizations. I argue that, from its inception, the meanings and goals of the Centre have been contested through internal critique, reflection, and discussion inspired by significant shifts in feminist theory that challenge the fundamental principles of second wave feminism. I identify a major shift in the development and direction of the Centre that occurs in two distinct phases. The first phase of the shift occurs with the emergence of an antioppression framework, which broadens the Centre's mandate beyond gender and sexism to consider multiple axes of identity and oppression that affect women's lives. The second phase of this shift is characterized by a focus on (trans) inclusion and accessibility and has involved changing the Centre's name so that it is no longer identified as a women's centre in order to reflect more accurately its focus on mUltiple axes of identity and oppression. Along with identifying two phases of a major shift in the direction of the Centre...

Femme Theory: Femininity's Challenge to Western Feminist Pedagogies

Hoskin, RHEA
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
EN; EN
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Contemporary Western feminist scholarship fails to explore the backdrop to the naturalization of feminine subjugation. By analyzing the structures, histories, and theories of gender relations, this study dislocates femininity from its ascribed Otherness and, in doing so, demonstrates how empowered femininities have been overlooked or rendered invisible within gender studies. Femme, as the failure or refusal to approximate the patriarchal norms of femininity, serves as the conceptual anchor of this study and is used to examine how femmephobic sentiments are constructed and perpetuated in contemporary Western feminist theory. In part, this perpetuation is achieved through the pedagogical and theoretical exclusions from the texts chosen for gender studies courses, revealing a normative feminist body constructed through the privileging of identities and expressions. Privileging of identities is demonstrated through the designation of literary space and in an overview of dominant theories, such as how the feminine subject is maintained as the object of critique and as not able to be “properly” feminist. This assessment of gender studies course texts reveals a limited understanding of femme and femininity that maintains these identities as white...

A epistemologia de Hugh Lacey em diálogo com a Economia Feminista: neutralidade, objetividade e pluralismo; Hugh Lacey's epistemology dialogs with feminist economy: neutrality, objectivity and pluralism

FERNANDEZ, Brena Paula Magno
Fonte: Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas e Centro de Comunicação e Expressão da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas e Centro de Comunicação e Expressão da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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A Economia Feminista é um dos mais recentes programas de pesquisa em ciência econômica. Desde a publicação de Beyond Economic Man, organizado por Marianne Ferber e Julie Nelson,¹ ele vem se desenvolvendo com crescente força, sobretudo nos Estados Unidos. Entretanto, a pesquisa feminista, em geral, e a economia feminista, em particular, são freqüentemente consideradas como menos objetivas do que as pesquisas tradicionais, e isso porque estas últimas seriam livres de valores, enquanto as primeiras não. Após traçar algumas definições centrais da Economia Feminista, propomos, a partir do modelo crítico de Hugh Lacey,² que: i) almejar a objetividade não significa defender uma metodologia isenta de influências valorativas, ii) a neutralidade é (e deve ser) defensável para o conjunto da prática científica e, finalmente, iii) a defesa da pluralidade de abordagens científicas é o meio através do qual a neutralidade da ciência como uma prática social pode ser salvaguardada.; Feminist Economics is one of the most recent research programs in economic science. Since the publication of Beyond Economic Man, edited by Ferber and Nelson (1993), it has been developed with increasing strength, especially in the United States. However...

A psicologia feminista e a violência contra as mulheres na intimidade : a (re)construção dos espaços terapêuticos; Feminist psychology and violence against women in intimate relations : the (re)construction of therapeutical spaces

Neves, Sofia; Nogueira, Conceição
Fonte: Associação Brasileira de Psicologia Social Publicador: Associação Brasileira de Psicologia Social
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2003 POR
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O presente documento constitui uma reflexão crítica sobre os pressupostos gerais das metodologias feministas aplicados ao exercício da Psicologia especificamente em contextos terapêuticos. É feita uma breve alusão ao enquadramento histórico que esteve subjacente à emergência da Psicologia feminista, bem como aos princípios que estiveram na base do desenvolvimento de novas e inovadoras práticas terapêuticas dirigidas, sobretudo a mulheres, numa lógica de intervenção feminista. Ao advogar o princípio da emancipação feminina, totalmente adverso ao regime patriarcal, os/as psicólogos/as feministas assumem a sua opção pela não neutralidade da ciência psicológica e das suas práticas e politizam os espaços terapêuticos onde se movimentam. Esta tomada de posição é particularmente significativa nas situações de violência, uma vez que possibilita que as vítimas vejam validadas as suas experiências pessoais.; The present document constitutes a critical reflection on general presupposals of feminist methodologies applied in psychological practices, more specifically in therapeutical contexts. A brief reference is made to the historical frame under which Feminist Psychology emerged as well as to the principles that based the development of new and innovative therapeutic practices for women in a feminist intervention approach. By advocating the principle of women's emancipation...

Teaching feminist geographies in the Netherlands. Learning from student-led fieldtrips

Van Hoven, Bettina; Been, Wike; Droogleever Fortuijn, Joos; Mamadouh, Virginie
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2010 ENG
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In this paper, the authors reflect on the use of student-led fieldtrips as an example of feminist pedagogy in a feminist geography course, a joint course by the universities of Amsterdam and Groningen in The Netherlands. The paper is a co-production of three lecturers and one student of this course and therefore includes teachers’ as well as students’ views. The authors conclude that student-led fieldtrips are a successful means of bringing in an explicit feminist pedagogy in teaching gender geography. Students were able to help shape the course using their own everyday experiences and interests and were able to contextualize their experiences in relation to theory explored in the classroom. This result is particularly important within the context of geography teaching in Dutch universities in which an empirical and policy oriented focus and a masculine model of teaching and learning dominates.; En aquest article, les autores reflexionen sobre l’ús dels treballs de camp conduïts per l’alumnat com un exemple de pedagogia feminista en un curs de geografia feminista impartit per les universitats d’Amsterdam i de Groningen, als Països Baixos. L’article és una coproducció entre tres professores titulars i una estudiant d’aquest curs...

Feminist Studies / Activities in Japan : present and future

Takemura, Kazuko
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2010 ENG
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The essay provides an overview of feminist studies in Japan nowadays, exploring in particular how new perspectives on sexuality and postcolonial theory have been gradually incorporated into feminist studies since the 1990s. In relation to sexuality, approaches to gender-sexuality have been enriched by the incorporation of new theories from areas such as literary criticism, art or history, among others. This has allowed for new critical examinations of heterosexism and of questions about gender and sexuality, and has eventually derived in the institutionalization of feminist studies with a poststructuralist influence in the Japanese academia. The article also analyzes the incorporation of postcolonial studies into feminist studies, as well as the impact that the question of prostitution during the war has had on them.

Feminist translation in Catalonia : the case of Montserrat Abelló’s translations of Sylvia Plath and Maria-Mercè Marçal’s poetry

Montaño Tena, Laura
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis; Text Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2015 ENG
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As Feminist Translation consolidates itself as a translation theory, it might be important to analyze whether Catalan translators are adopting these practices or not and what their position towards this theory is. For this reason, the present study focuses on the figure of Montserrat Abelló i Soler as a translator. It includes an analysis of the translation techniques used by Abelló in three of her works: the anthology Cares a la finestra, Sylvia Plath’s Sóc Vertical and Maria-Mercè Marçal’s The Body’s Reason. This research is based in Louise von Flotow’s article “Feminist Translation: Contexts, Practices and Theories” (1991) which outlines some of the most important techniques used by feminist translators such as supplementing, prefacing, footnoting and hijacking.; Mentre la Traducció Feminista es consolida com a una teoria de la traducció, és important analitzar si els traductors Catalans adopten aquestes practiques i quina és la seva posició en quant a aquesta teoria. Per aquesta raó, el present estudi se centra en la figura de Montserrat Abelló i Soler com a traductora. Inclou un anàlisi de les tècniques de traducció que Abelló utilitza en tres de les seves obres: l’antologia Cares a la finestra, Sóc Vertical de Sylvia Plath i The Body’s Reason de Maria-Mercè Marçal. Aquest treball està basat en l’article de Louise von Flotow “Feminist Translation: Contexts...

Understanding teenage motherhood through feminist research : a reflection on the challenges

Ellis-Sloan, Kyla
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2014 ENG
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Este artículo se basa en un estudio etnográfico con madres adolescentes y analiza cómo la investigación incorporó objetivos políticos feministas y cuestiones éticas. El artículo se centra, en particular, en un asunto clave para las investigadoras feministas, el del poder jerárquico en el marco de la investigación, con el objetivo de demostrar los desafíos y ventajas de la investigación feminista. Para mitigar las relaciones de poder se tomaron distintos enfoques, que han sido analizados y reflejados en el trabajo. Después, el texto continúa interrogando la posición de la autora como “investigadora infiltrada”. El artículo muestra cómo la investigación feminista permitió que la posición de la investigadora fuese reconocida, analizada y criticada, asegurando de este modo la consistencia de la investigación que desafía las nociones convencionales de objetividad.; This paper draws on an ethnographic study with teenage mothers. It discusses how the research incorporated feminist political goals and ethical concerns. The paper focuses in particular on one key concern for feminist researchers, that of hierarchical power in the research setting in order to demonstrate the challenges and advantages of feminist research. A number of approaches were taken to mitigate power relationships and these are discussed and reflected upon here. The paper then goes on to interrogate the author’s position as an ‘insider researcher’. It is demonstrated here how feminist research enabled the position of the researcher to be acknowledged...

Real Politics and Feminist Documentaries: Re-Visioning Seventies Film Feminisms

Warren, Shilyh J.
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: 2158272 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em //2010 EN_US
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For a brief moment in feminist time, from 1968 to 1974, women's documentaries were influential in the emerging field of feminist film studies and for feminist activism. By the late sixties feminists had identified visual representation within popular culture, film, and the media as one of the central battlegrounds for women's activism. For feminist filmmakers, documentary, with its alleged superlative grip on truth and transparency, seemed to provide an ideal counterpoint to the perceived mis-representation of "real" women in dominant, narrative cinema. Within seventies feminist film theory, however, scholars elaborated a gender-specific take on the ideological critique of realism that disavowed women's documentary films as naïve, unsophisticated, and complicit with the ideologies of patriarchy and capitalism.

In this project, I recast realism as an unruly and contradictory set of codes and conventions that generate oppositional and revolutionary political documentaries. In contrast to the dominant anti-realist reception of feminist documentaries in seventies feminist film theory then, I argue that these documentaries contain unacknowledged nuance and neglected visions of the political aspirations (however flawed) of second wave feminism. Key figures in feminist political theory...

Reading Democracy: Anthologies of African American Women's Writing and the Legacy of Black Feminist Criticism, 1970-1990

Peay, Aisha Dolores
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: 1032146 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em //2009 EN_US
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Taking as its pretext the contemporary moment of self-reflexive critique on the part of interdisciplinary programs like Women's Studies and American Studies, Reading Democracy historicizes a black feminist literary critical practice and movement that developed alongside black feminist activism beginning in the 1970s. This dissertation addresses the future direction of scholarship based in Women's Studies and African-American Studies by focusing on the institutionalized political effects of Women's Liberation and the black liberation movements: the canonization of black women's writing and the development of a black feminist critical practice. Tracing a variety of conceptions of black feminist criticism over the course of two decades, I argue that this critical tradition is virtually indefinable apart from its anthological framing and that its literary objects illustrate the radical democratic constitution of black women's political subjectivity.

The editors of such anthologies of African American women's writing and black feminist practice as Toni Cade Bambara's The Black Woman (1970), Mary Helen Washington's Black-Eyed Susans (1975), and Barbara Smith's Home Girls: A Black Feminist Anthology (1984) articulate the relationship of political praxis to creative enterprise and intellectual activity. In the case of Smith's anthology...

Autobiographies os feminist generations: Some reflections on narrating feminist stories.

Malizia,Marilisa
Fonte: Associação Portuguesa de Estudos sobre as Mulheres - APEM Publicador: Associação Portuguesa de Estudos sobre as Mulheres - APEM
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2014 EN
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Borrowing the cartographical mode of theorising generationality of feminist theory, this article proposes to consider the possibility of applying it to the construction of women’s memory. Considering particularly the interviewer/narrator relationship in an oral history framework, it is the reciprocal «restitution of subjectivity» which enable me to look at the transmission of women's memory in terms of maps, compositions, and cyclical as opposed to linear time. This article seeks to problematize the narration of feminist stories, how they are transmitted, which the complex dynamics of passing on in feminist (hi)stories are, which the effects on thinking generationality in a relational construction of memory are.