181 Researching women's lives in post-colonial contexts: Challenges and transformations in decolonizing self and research

Wednesday, August 1, 2012: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
NB 446 (Faculty of Economics)

RC32 Women in Society (host committee)

Language: English
Session Organizer:
Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO, University of Ghana, Ghana
Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO, University of Ghana, Ghana
Dilek CINDOGLU, Bilkent University, Turkey
Conducting feminist research in the country of one's familial past (Oral Presentation)
Sylvanna FALCON, University of California, USA

Researching Afro-descendent and indigenous women's lives in the tropics. Knowledge productions at a crossroads (Oral Presentation)
Christina SCHRAMM, Programa de Doctorado en Estudios de la Sociedad y la Cultura, Costa Rica

The challenge of building a logical methodology for participatory, feminists and post-colonial researches with migrant women (Oral Presentation)
Juliana NAZARETH, Post-Doctorate Candidate in Psychosociology of Communities and Social Ecology at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Postcolonial feminism: An essay about third feminism (Oral Presentation)
Karina BIDASECA, CONICET/Universidad Gral San Martin/Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Pinay postcolonial subjects in the global economy: Feminist research discursive practices and ethics (Oral Presentation)
Glenda BONIFACIO, University of Lethbridge, Canada

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