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Let’s save the Library Marguerite Durand! (Association Archives du Féminisme)
The library Marguerite Durand (BMD), a municipal library of the City of Paris specialising in the history of women, feminism and gender, founded in 1932 with the donation of feminist journalist Marguerite Durand, will soon have to leave the building she occupies in the 13th district since 1989, so t...
Archives of feminism: feminist History and Memory
The Feminist Archives Association is organising a day of studies at the MSH Confluences entitled ‘History and Memory of feminists’ on 24 March 2012. The association, which aims to safeguard, publicise and promote feminist archive collections, works closely with the Feminist Archives Centre at the Un...
The revision of an orientalist to a reoriented image : Arab women in The Algerian Quartet by Assia Djebar
This thesis focuses on the work of Assis Djebar, one of the greatest representatives of Francophone Maghreb literature. It draws on numerous works on this literature already published by modifying their approach and adding a personal perspective to show how this postcolonial writer renews the repres...
On Abortion of Laia Abril: analysis of a visual project in favour of the right to abortion
On Abortion is a visual project where Laia Abril describes the abortion event less than the consequences and risks of women’s lack of access to this procedure. The artist collected numerous testimonies from women who had been confronted with the need to interrupt pregnancy in an environment where th...
Practice, depth, radicality
Miguel Benasayag is Argentinian and lives in Paris. He was interested in new forms of radicality, alternatives, and thought that women, especially feminism, were at the heart of the deconstruction of capitalist societies in which we live. In his book ‘Parcours’, Miguel Benasayag wrote that ‘feminism...
Ivone Gebara, Female. Theological reflections from the feminist Joan Chittister, Fire under the ash. A spirituality for contemporary religious life
Despite important thematic differences, the two books at issue here have sufficient similarities to justify a synoptic presentation, with their authors having many commonalities. They are first and foremost feminist religions, who are enrolled in modernity. From a lustre, the Roman Catholic Church h...
The social and symbolic powers of the working reference (discussion by a panel of a thematic section)
National audience Three tracks are invested in this thematic section: — The first is to grasp the symbolic dimension of the centre of work. To what extent does the labour movement provide grammar for collective action? To what extent does collective action in the 68s involve defining itself in parti...
A few objects that hurt
The article is about sociological research on prostitution, which began in the 1970s. The author adopts a reflexive posture in order to take stock of this experience in terms of methodology and clashes. This is a retrospective reflection on the conditions for the researcher’s personal involvement in...
Sexualism or individualism? Hubertine Auclert’s feminism
Hubertine Auclert in 1879 asked Socialists not to make equal rights for men and women conditional on the emergence of a fair and equal society, which, like the Revolutionaries of 89, they are invoking as a response to the feminist claim. She raised the issue of an income for mothers allowing them to...
Kate Atkinson’s Crime Fiction: Exception as a Rule
This essay discusses the relationship between crime fiction and exception in Kate Atkinson’s Jackson Brodie novels. By definition, crime novels depend on exception because deviation from the ordinary is the starting point of a plot and because they thrive on ruptures in the ordinary, on twists and t...
‘The gang Straights impose their anomalies’: three feminist stories to undermine the norm (Rochefort, Wittig, Yvon)
This article provides an analysis of the literary anomaly as reflected in three feminist texts published at the beginning of the 1970s in France and Quebec (Archaos or Christiane Rochefort’s sparing garden, 1972; The Monique Wittig lesbian Corps, 1973; Josée Yvon’s bands, 1976). The anomaly is both...
Jewish women in the Maghreb. Pictures and memories in literature
Three Jewish authors from the Maghreb make writing the place of emancipation. Paule Darmon, Annie Goldmann and Rachel Kahn denounced in their novels the patriarchal domination which aims to make them subject to the strict rules of their community. Between North Africa and France, their pathways show...
French feminists and the European Parliament in the 1990s
If the French marked the European Parliament as early as 1979, it was because men were happy to do an ingrate job in a Parliament without power, media resonance and far from Paris, where it was necessary to be a career in politics. But the 1984 and 1989 campaigns are hardly conducive to feminist exp...
Israeli and Palestinian feminism: post-colonial issues
The continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has undeniably affected the feminist formulations of Israelis and Palestinians who have been structured in parallel, mirror, often in opposition and sometimes in dialogue. A cross-study of these movements makes it possible, first of all, to revisi...
Mapping of the book by Mr IACUB, “A company of rapists?” (Paris, Fayard, 2012)
Surrogacy, a feminist debate?
available on Cairn, URL: www.cairn.info/revue-travail-genre-et-societes-2012-2-page-191.htm.
Christine Delphy: so particular universalism. Feminism and French exception (1980-2010) '/ib
The “third gender”
This text describes the theoretical advances made since the work of Margaret Mead (1930) in the conceptualisation of the social categories of sex. It shows how feminism has been a subject of scientific research and social action, mainly in Anglo-Saxon countries, which led to gender studies from the...
Disasters of 11 March 2011, Fukushima disaster, fractures and exits, No 47 by Ebisu Japanese Studies
For a vulnerability pedagogy
feminism is a multifaceted and constantly evolving theoretical and political movement. This work therefore falls within the fields of the philosophy of education and, more particularly, in the debates between several philosophical movements calling for feminism. It seeks to assess the relevance of t...
[Podcast] People’s music and political and social challenges: interview with CHUJO Chiharu
For the fifth episode of ‘listening to Japan (s)’, we receive CHUJO Chiharu, Maître de Langue at INALCO, member of the Institut d’Etudes Transtextuelles et Transculture (IETT) in Lyon and an external member of the French Institute of Research on East Asia, a specialist in political activism and femi...
The electionalisation of feminism: a new ordinary antifeminism
This contribution brings together speech theory, textual language and gender studies. By means of a discursive analysis of a few feminist and anti-feminist positions, she asked about reports to feminism, envisaged as a state to be incorporated and negotiated. It shows that the media circulation of r...
Women of letters in women’s press (1964-1974)
For its vitality and diversity, the magazine press is a key segment of the French print press of the th century. Genus appears in the middle of the 19th century, with illustrative publications characterised by the variety of their content. The term ‘magazine’ is, moreover, an English distortion of t...
Really useless Bouches? Travel and feminism at Beausee dramaturge
‘De Bouches really useless? Travel and feminism at Beausee dramaturge’, in Dominique Bréchemier, Women in Stage, Theatre Women, Paris: Harmattan, pp. 243-254.