Féminismes israéliens et palestiniens : questions postcoloniales
The continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has undoubtedly weighed on Israeli and Palestinian feminist formulations that developed in parallel, as mirror images of each other, often in opposition and sometimes in dialogue. A crossover study of those movements makes it possible to re-examine the development of anti-colonial and anti-hegemonic feminists, revealing not only the interlocking but also the overturn of dominant/dominated positions between feminist movements rooted in national liberation struggles. This comparative approach aims at analyzing how coextensivity between power relations are captured by feminist collective action, including limiting the forms of solidarity across borders.
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