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Global Perspectives: decolonial feminism

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Françoise Vergès will discuss the history of counter revolution against women’s liberation from the 1970s to the 2000s and the forms it concretely took (femonationalism, femi-imperialism in the name of women’s rights) and current forms of decolonial feminism.

Speaker:
Dr Françoise Vergès, Chair of Global South, Collège d'études Mondiales, Paris

Chair: 
Professor Tamar Garb FBA, Durning-Lawrence Chair of History of Art, UCL

This event is made possible due to generous support from the S T Lee Fund

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