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Female (s) and psychology in Portugal
While of the long history in common between Brazil and Portugal, there are also many differences and, above all, a great lack of knowledge. The proposal for this article is to provide a contextualisation of the way in which gênery issues have been dealt with in Portugal and, on this basis, to stimul...
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...
Study days “My body belongs to me” (?) The issue of the body and the contribution of social sciences to the bioethical debate, Marseille, 17-18 May 2018
“Sexual Dimension of Social Life” days, organised by Irène Théry, Laurence Hérault and Agnès Martial EHESS, La Vieille Charité, 2 rue de la Charité, 13002 Marseille on 17 and 18 May 2018 Argumentaire: The fiftieth branch of May 68 reminds us that the phrase “My corps belongs to me” then became estab...
History of sexuality education in contemporary Argentina: Speeches, actors and experiences around a controversial (1960-1997)
Situation from history of education, political analysis of speech and gender studies, this thesis explores different narratives, actors and experiences around sexuality education in Argentina from the 1960s to 1997s. To this end, it is studied how, since the middle of the 20th century, sexuality edu...
The Women’s Movement in Morocco
The article gives an overview of the history of women’s emancipation and struggles in Morocco, of the struggles that take different forms according to time and group: resistance to the reform framework imposed by settlers, investment in formal female structures created by the state after independenc...
A "Very DIY Music" For Punk-Feminist People? Doing and listening to noise music in Ladyfest-inspired festivals
International audience My paper discusses the links between noise music and punk-feminist scenes, by looking at the Ladyfest network. Ladyfest festivals generally aim to challenge gender roles within the punk scene. The network draws on a punk-feminist inspiration and specifically maintains several...
A Cry for Madness: Governance Feminism and Neoliberal Consonance in Pakistan
There has been for a while a steady flow of critical studies of the women’s movement in Pakistan—that discursive and social formation of and about women that has been memorably described by Farida Shaheed, one of its foremost representatives, as a “movement with feminist demands.”¹ These studies que...
Intersexuality: gender in Western societies
This memory is part of feminist and constructivist sexuality studies. It looks at social and biomedical sex in the West through the life stories and writing of intersex activists about the perception of their bodies and gender identities and their relationship with the biomedical system. It also loo...
Changed times; have women changed? Memories of professors of higher education
The article refers to research on life stories of women acting as teachers in higher education, in the post-graduate course in education at a university in the State of São Paulo, from their training processes to their challenges in the exercise of university teaching. This data was cross-checked wi...
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...
What is the cost of integrating feminist movements into the supra-globalist sphere?
does the integration of alteram globalist movements into the very active sphere constitute an opportunity for feminist movements? The observation of the beginnings of a network defined by its activists as a world leader and feminist indicates that the introduction of a feminist initiative in the con...
Geet Ga Rahe Hai Aaj Hum... Exploring songs of protest and hope in the Women’s Movement(s) in India
Music has been an essential component of people's movements towards social transformation. In the West, antiracist and class struggles often inspired poetry and music which were used to communicate revolutionary ideas to the larger public and generate a political or social consciousness favourable t...
Multiculturalism, anti-fundamentaalism and radical democracy: The genesis of the current impasse in feminist theory
‘titrebsumé’/titrebrebBy tracing the history of the debates on the ‘difference’ which have occupied the feminist movement from the 1960s to the present, this test analyses the current impasses and opens up a different perspective, since the discussion, focusing first on the opposition ‘egality-diffe...
Journée d'étude: "Womanhood and the ‘woman problem’ in the interwar period (France-Britain)"
Paris Diderot University — Salle 830 (Olympmpe de Gouges Building) — 8, place Paul Ricoeur — 75013 Paris La Citizenship feminine, public action and the idea of a ‘woman problem’ in France and Great Britain during the interwar period. British historiography has long supported the idea of ‘backsliding...
Feminist Whiteness: Resisting Intersectionality in France
As a project to challenge privileges, intersectionality elicits resistances, which help to explain why, despite numerous calls to adopt intersectionality in feminist organizing, researchers also observe a lack of implementation of intersectionality. This chapter argues that this resistance is primar...
The paintings of Ana Mendieta’s body (1948-1985)
This study looks at the frustration and identity disorder of the Cubano-US artist Ana Mendieta, who left Cuba at the age of twelve, and shows that his body, which is both the object and subject of an essentially domesticated work, is at the heart of his aesthetic device. The scenes of his body range...
Movement Institutions: The Bureaucratic Sources of Feminist Protest
International audience Over the past several decades, scholarship on women's movements, feminism, and the state has brought renewed attention to the study of protest politics by questioning its frontier with dominant institutions. This article takes this critique a step further by considering the in...
The Queer Intersectional in Contemporary Germany
Anti-racist and queer politics have tentatively converged in the activist agendas, organizing strategies and political discourses of the radical left all over the world. Pejoratively dismissed as »identity politics«, the significance of this cross-pollination of theorizing and political solidarities...
The woman beaten in Argentina. Links between the State, society and psychology (1983-1995)
This article reconstructs the specific plot in which the categoriamujer struck Argentinian psychology, in a peculiar movement between civil society and the State. From the focus of the critical history of psychology to the input from recent history, the reception process that took place on the local...
Racist ideology in support of anti-feminist discourse: the emotional lines of the expansion of the opposition to ‘gender theory’ at the school on Twitter
This article examines the sexist and racist findings of the opposition to the alleged dissemination of ‘gender theory’ at school on Twitter. An analysis of 11 383 tweets published between 5 October 2014 and 17 July 2017 shows that this opposition manifests itself primarily through the development of...
Gender in the social movements in Argentina
The persistence, radicalisation and penetration of transnational globalising processes, with brutal negative impacts on ecology, working conditions and daily life in all its dimensions, has led to revisions of the basic concepts analysing the social and political reality, and questioning and rethink...
The women’s movement in post-war ‘democratisation’ in El Salvador
‘titrebreSummary’/titrebThis article tries to show what is at stake for women and through their movement, in the immediate post-war period (1992-1994), in El Salvador. By placing them in the context of Salvadorian social relations and the return to ‘civil life’, we will see how both women’s individu...
The arithmetic fierce of motherhood in ‘The marriage of red fish’ in Guadeloupe Nettel
Both the media, publishers or authors seem to promote a Spanish-American ‘neo-boom’ in women today. What would then be the common features of these publications? The aim of this work is not to give a definitive answer to this question, but to examine how the ‘The marriage of red fish’ story of Mexic...
Feminist movements in the digital age. The communication strategies of the Ni One Less Movement
This article is based on the question of the role played by the communication strategies in organising the collective action of the women’s and feminist Ni One Less movement, originating in Argentina. It is assumed that the success of this movement is largely due to the use of digital technologies,...
The Victorian Nurse: gender and empire
A crítica emancipatória que caracterizou o Iluminismo foi a ferramenta que facilitou a presença de idéias como a igualdade, autonomia e solidariedade. Este caldo estava por trás do surgimento de um movimento feminista que criticava a sociedade androcêntrica que caracterizou a Era Vitoriana. As reivi...