Dialogues Sud-Sud. Une lecture latino-américaine des féminismes postcoloniaux
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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