La contribution des études postcoloniales et des féminismes du « Sud » à la constitution d'un féminisme renouvelé. Vers la fin de l'occidentalisme ?
AbstractThis paper deals with the islamic headscarf polemic in France. The authors try to offer a new paradigm of feminism from a radical approach. The article proposes a criticism of traditional French feminism which is considered as too universalistic and might in some ways be seen as racist. Intersectionality is the paradigm which allows the authors to mix gender, race and post colonialism studies and move beyond traditional Western feminism.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Armand Colin in its journal Revue Tiers Monde.
Volume (Year): n°209 (2012)
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Intersectionnality; feminism; Islamic headscarf; gender; universalism; postcolonialism;
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