Query : féminicide
- Giacinti, Margot2
- Balcázar, Melina1
- Bisiaux, Lîlâ1
- Caire, Anne-Blandine1
- Cassan, Margaux1
- CNRS, REGARDS1
- d’Harcourt, Blaise,1
- Devineau, Julie1
- Francou, Lionel1
- Houel, Annick1
- Jambrina, Nina1
- Julie Bruneau1
- Lacombe, Delphine1
- Lia Zanotta Machado1
- Lumière, Emilie1
- Marty, Eric1
- Rappaport, Clémentine1
- Rauch, André1
- Schlagdenhauffen, Régis1
- Tapia, Claude1
- Gender Studies12
- Art and Art History2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2
- Political Science2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
"Literature and femicide, On 2666 by Roberto Bolaño
Féminicide : nommer pour exister
From an anthropological and feminist theoretical perspective, this article analyzes proposals for the typification of feminicide, as debated in Brazil, which resulted in the new qualifier included in the country’s Penal Code. The article reports and argues about the importance of explicit feminist i...
Gambling as a therapeutic mediation. Treatment of a 4-year-old child under the femicide protocol
We present the case of a 4-year-old child, paediatric care at the Robert Ballanger Inter-communal Hospital Centre, as part of the femicide protocol, after she witnessed her father’s attempt to homicide her mother. We first detail the clinical observation during the intervention of the paedopsychiatr...
Precariousness, femicide and peace: women are the active heart of Colombia
France — Colombia: 2 December 2020 16: 30-18: 00 (France) 10: 30-12: 00 (Colombia): organised by MEP Paula Forteza with experts on Wednesday 2 December 2020 at 16: 30 (UTC 1): For several years, Latin America has established itself as an advanced position in feminist struggle, going beyond issues...
“Emancipate without being killed”. Historical perspectives of femicide in France (1789-1860)
Communication drawn up in the panel on ‘Gender violations in daily life’, discussed by Fabrice Virgili. This communication intends to explore, on the basis of the archives of the Rhône Assize Court over the period 1789-1860, the link between the search for emancipation and partisan femicide: is femi...
Marie-France Labrecque, Féminicides et Impunité. Le cas de Ciudad Juárez
Ciudad Juárez, ville d’à peine 1,3 million d’habitants, est connue à travers le monde pour la violence qui y fait rage, et qui s’est encore aggravée depuis 2007 et le début de la guerre menée aux narcotrafiquants par l’État mexicain. L’avalanche de victimes dans ce conflit tend à masquer un autre ph...
Study day — Gender and mass violence: the issue of femicide
Mass violence was a major phenomenon of the 20st century, a century of genocide for some. The sexuality of these crimes (through the practice of sexual slavery, the use of systematic rape and forced pregnancies, such as killings specifically targeting one or the other of the sexes) has emerged in ma...
Walking With Our Sisters : An Artistic Commemoration for Indigenous Feminicide, towards Decolonization
In reaction to the indigenous femicide in Canada, and to the inaction of the canadian government, the victim’s relatives and grassroots indigenous women groups created various memorials. The author focuses on the commemorative art installation Walking With Our Sisters, project of the Métis artist Ch...
Count the deaths
Violent death, precarious work and poverty are part of Mexico’s northern border. It is at this appalling death, because it is brutal and daily, that contemporary writing is confronted and which leads it to find further aesthetic and ethical dialogues. In the face of this reality, the task of the wri...
The undersides of femicide: The Althusser case
Around the concept of femicide/femicide: interviews with Marcela Lagarde and Montserrat Sagot
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebBasé on the transcription of two interviews with feminist academics and activists Marcela Lagarde (Mexico) and Montserrat Sagot (Costa Rica), both of whom were pioneers in Latin American reflection on femicide/femicide, the text seeks to answer the following questions: what is t...
Mémoires de la violence au Mexique depuis 1968. Poésie, roman, théâtre, cinéma
A woman is killed
On the walls of the capital and in the media, the new term ‘femicide’ appears, with the political will to include it in the Criminal Code. However, the use and usefulness of this term is not self-evident. Does it shed light on the specific features of gender-based violence? Can any murder of a woman...
From the right of correction to fight for the elimination of domestic violence
Online Encyclopaedia Notice EHNEJusce in the 18th century, the human right of correction to his wife is legitimate. In Europe of the 20th century, male domination at the head of the family, enshrined in the Napoleonic Civil Code, goes hand in hand with a redefinition of virility, although legislatio...
LecturesFéminicides and impunity. The case of Ciudad Juárez, Marie-France LABRECQUE, Montreal, Ecosociété, 2012
Lydie Bodiou, Frédéric Chauvaud, Ludovic Gaussot, Marie-José Grihom, Laurie Laufer -Beatriz Santos (dir.), Our woman kills. Femicide. History and news
In criminal law, ‘parricide’ and ‘infanticide’ are among the aggravating circumstances of a crime. In 2014, feminist associations asked the Delegation for Women’s Rights of the National Assembly to include ‘femicide’ in the French Criminal Code. In the language, the word ‘femicide’ did not enter the...
“Ridding society of wom[e]n of that kind”: Using a Gender Perspective to Investigate Femicides in Court Records
International audience Cet article s’intéresse aux affaires de féminicides dans les archives judiciaires du XIXe siècle. Si le féminicide, dans son acception contemporaine en France, est souvent réduit à sa dimension conjugale (meurtre d’une épouse par son époux), l’étude des archives de féminicides...