Nessuna sottomissione

Presentation of Chiara Bottici’s book in conversation with Anna Curcio
with LIS interpreter

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Feminism does not only have to do with women’s issues. It is rather a form of critique of the social order as a whole. Starting from this conception, Chiara Bottici’s book, published by Laterza, proposes a theory that calls itself anarcho-feminist, inspired by two main assertions: the first is that there is something specific in the oppression of women; the second is that, in order to fight it, we must detach ourselves from all other forms of oppression and from the anthropocentrism that characterizes them. 

with LIS interpreter

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LIS interpreting provided

Chiara Bottici Chiara Bottici is an associate professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York City, where she co-directs the Gender and Sexualities Studies Institute. Among her publications: Men and States. Paths of an Analogy (ETS 2004); The Myth of the Clash of Civilizations (with B. Challand, Routledge 2010); Philosophy of Political Myth (Bollati Boringhieri 2012); Imagining Europe. Myth, Memory, and Identity (with B. Challand, Cambridge University Press 2013); Imaginal Politics. Images Beyond Imagination and the Imaginary (Columbia University Press 2014); For Three Myths, Maybe Four (Manni 2016); Feminism, Capitalism, and Critique (edited, with B. Bargu, Palgrave 2017); A Feminist Mythology (Bloomsbury Publishing 2021). In the Laterza catalog also Anarchist-Feminist Manifesto (2022).

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