Fabiana Parra
Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP) / Conicet, Argentina


Facing contemporary Western thinking –with an underlying dichotomic hierarchic rationale– I argue that situated, inclusive and intersectional knowledge production makes up both an epistemological and a political alternative to decolonize our feminisms. In tandem with this, I suggest to devise feminist genealogies from the South, as by centering in experiences lived in our region, they allow for displaying the situated nature of all and every learning and understand oppression from an intersectional point of view.

Keywords: political critique, feminist genealogies, geopolitical South, intersectionality.