“Feminism does not mean female corporate power or a woman president: it means no corporate power and no president.” - Peggy Kornegger In this first introductory text to anarchafeminism, Chiara Bottici argues that feminism needs anarchism and anarchism needs feminism. Radical political movements don't exist in isolation from each other. The fight for freedom and equality needs to operate on more than one connected plane. Anarchafeminism attempts to incorporate the strategems from both feminist and anarchist theories, approaches and grassroots activism to formulate a specific anarchafeminist approach adapted to the challenges of our times. Bottici draws upon work and theories from across the world to make this a truly global and very contemporary exploration of what anarchafeminism means today. The book introduces the key thinkers and ideas, setting out a manifesto which proposes a practical way ahead for a new more anarchafeminist society.
“Feminism does not mean female corporate power or a woman president: it means no corporate power and no president.” - Peggy Kornegger In this first introductory text to anarchafeminism, Chiara Bottici argues that feminism needs anarchism and anarchism needs feminism. Radical political movements don't exist in isolation from each other.
This thesis assesses the degree to which the Argentinean activist collective Proyectil Fetal can be successfully placed within the context of three intersecting ideological strains: feminism, anarchism and queer activism/theory. Queer anarcha-feminism, the confluence of these three ideologies, is an emerging ideology developed by a number of groups and individuals
Authors: Red Rosia, Black Maria, Laura Lib, Chicago Anarcho-Feminists
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher:
This political zine by the Cuntrol AnarchaFeminist Collective and Agitate Press explains the benefits of combining radical feminist beliefs and anarchist practice to combat sexism in society and the dichotomies that it wreaks. Also included is an anarcha-feminist manifesto.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-09 - Publisher: University-Press.org
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 44. Chapters: Anarcha-feminist collectives, Anarcha-feminists, Valerie Solanas, Emma Goldman, Gee Vaucher, Federica Montseny, Germaine Greer, Voltairine de Cleyre, Lucy Parsons, Virginia Bolten, Maria Lacerda de Moura, Nomy Lamm, Lilian
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-03-02 - Publisher: ICI Berlin Press
What remains of materialism’s subversive potential — i.e., its ties with heresy or atheism and republicanism or communism — and to what extent does this concept still interpellate us politically and philosophically? As neoliberal policies expanded far beyond the state, their mechanisms of control seeped into the materiality of social