Are women's movement and feminist theories still connected to radical politics and the interest in changing social inequalities, when feminism has been 'institutionalized', for instance in the academia, and has become a main-streaming issue in social policies? This main question was put to eminent feminist scholars, with the aim of investigating the renewed critical role of international feminism and women's/gender studies in society, science, information, education and research. A reconstruction of the main changes which have occurred to women's movements and feminist theories in the last decades were the core of the interview, stressing differences and disagreement, also in relation to the new sociopolitical claims, supported by younger generations. The conclusion was that feminism has not lost its historical political mission, even though the world scenario and ideologies have dramatically changed. Indeed, feminism has become transcultural and 'glocal', facing new socioeconomic inequities induced by globalization both in western societies and countries in development, confronting with the transformation of collective/gender identities and questioning the increasing importance of (bio)technologies.
Calloni, M. (2003). Feminism, Politics, Theories And Science: Which New Link?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES, 10(1), 87-103.
|Citazione:||Calloni, M. (2003). Feminism, Politics, Theories And Science: Which New Link?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES, 10(1), 87-103.|
|Tipo:||Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico|
|Carattere della pubblicazione:||Scientifica|
|Titolo:||Feminism, Politics, Theories And Science: Which New Link?|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2003|
|Rivista:||EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S STUDIES|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01 - Articolo su rivista|