Soundings 71: Neoliberalism, feminism and transnationalism



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Publication date: April 1, 2019

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Editorial: neoliberalism, feminism and transnationalism (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

Sally Davison, Kirsten Forkert, Alison Winch

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Feminising our revolutions (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

This article offers an initial mapping of some of the multiple feminist/feminised movements emerging across Latin America.

A feminist analysis of neoliberalism and austerity policies in the UK (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

Ruth Pearson

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#MeToo and the prospects of political change (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

This article looks at the context for the current mainstreaming of feminism, noting that some aspects of the current feminist ‘renaissance’ are troubling: neoliberal strands of feminism tend to be unmoored from key terms such as equality, justice and emancipation, and to be individually focused.

Neoliberal feminism in Africa (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

Yemisi Akinbobola

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The fight against sexual violence (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

A critical engagement with the feminist fight against sexual violence, especially in relation to global rightward shifts in which political and cultural narratives around gender are being reshaped and rejuvenated.

Transnational feminism and the post-2015 development agenda (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

A critical reflection on the contemporary nature of transnational feminist mobilisation and organising, based on the African Women’s Development and Communication Network’s (FEMNET) experiences of global and African based advocacy during consultations around the creation of the United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development including its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

rest (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

So Mayer

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Reviews (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

Tamsyn Dent, Jannat Hossain, Katharine Harris, Peter Ridley

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Conversations with Stuart Hall (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

Michael Rustin, John Harris, Ash Sarkar

Brazil, now (Soundings 71, Spring 2019)

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