FEMINISMS: THE OTHER NON-APROPIABLE ONES
From 29 March to 14 April 2023
In the words of Fina Birulés, who in turn refers to the theories of Judith Butler, controversy is precisely what produces the richness of feminist thought, because in the gesture of questioning certainties lies the potential for social transformation and critical analysis of ourselves, so it is about openly addressing the conflict, giving voice to what divides or separates us. Because it is also in this open conflict with others, practiced without cancelling communication, where, until now, female freedom has found its place.
Far from avoiding the tensions, complexities and multiplicity of discourses around feminisms, this module looks to explore them through dialogue and debate, to identify processes of struggle against exclusion or inequality gaps, as well as recover and shed light on relevant practices that represent, in their context, an advance in feminist and gender inequality issues, taking into account that feminisms also produce critical thinking in relation to other demands arising from the struggles against the negative effects of neoliberal capitalism and in defence of radical democracy, with the desire to promote global social transformations.
Wednesday 29 March
4 pm – 6 pm: Presentation and introduction to the module
7 pm – 9 pm: Public conference with Silvia Federici
Thursday 30 March
4 pm – 5 pm: Conversation/coffee with Silvia Federici
Friday 31 March
Wednesday 12 April
Thursday 13 April
Friday 14 April