Understanding feminism

Marie-Hélène Bourcier

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The male/female dichotomy is not obvious. The feminist “we” is far from self-evident. Its definition changes according to currents and ideologies. Fighting against male domination, feminism can also defend the different expressions of gender and sexuality. By questioning the ideas defended by the different feminist currents and how they fit into the social landscape, the author specifies the direction in which they must unite if feminism wants to remain a historically fruitful movement.
The author

Lecturer at the University of Lille III where she teaches cultural studies, feminist theories and queer theory, Marie-Hélène Bourcier has, among other things, already published the Queer Zones trilogy. Alice Moliner aka Labaz works for the press, publishing and communication. She also illustrated Is Woman soluble in dishwater? by Anne Larue (Chi et & Cie, 2008) and a campaign for UNICEF.

128 pages | ISBN: 9782315003563