De la périphérie vers le centre : origines et héritages des féminismes latino-américains
Since feminism is an ongoing process of practices and theorizing that unveils the complexity of the ?subject? of feminism, in this essay I focus on Latin American genealogies and legacies. In the first part, I follow the anarchist, socialist and liberal roots of Latin American feminism. The 70s and 80s are marked by the processes of the radical left and repressive dictatorships. . In the 90s we follow democratization with ONGisation, and what I call the de-centering of ?illustrated? Latin American feminism and its process of multiethnic feminisms.
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