Open Lecture: Diana Mulinari: Feminist Genealogies. Feminist futures.
Diana Mulinari is Professor of Gender Studies, Lunds University. Her work is located within the tradition of Black, Chicano and Post-colonial /De colonial feminist theory with particular focus on analys of racism, gender and the field of the political
In her talk Mulinari will draw on the concept of intersectionality, today at the core of feminist scholars and activists reading of the social. The concept has been contested and translated through diverse frameworks. In the Swedish/Scandinavian context, the term was introduced, aiming to challenge forms of banal nationalism and to illuminate the centrality of racial regimes for the construction of diverse forms of femininity and masculinity.
The lecture is presented by The Critical and Pedagogical Studies programme (CPS) at the Malmö Art Academy. As part of the course "After Critique - Perspectives and Genealogies From Critical Theory". Info and contact: Hans.Carlsson [at] khm.lu.se
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