Feminist Political Subjectivities Corporality Spaces and Transnationalism

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Justification In summary, the research seeks to link feminist practices with theories and understand the emergence of feminist subjectivities as an effect of performative practices at the macro (transnational), meso (local) and micro (corporal) levels from the contributions of feminist geography and queer (Duncan, 1996; Kirby, 1996; Massey, 1994; Varea & Zaragocin, 2017} that open a space to theorize about the body-space-subjectivity relationship.
Effective start/end date1/04/161/04/18


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