Tijana Limic
Universidad de Granada, España


This paper explains why establishing inter-epistemic dialogues between Western and nonWestern feminists is needed. It reflects on Western feminisms becoming, so that their emancipating boundaries are made evident, which are congruent with the emancipating boundaries of the modern project. It argues Western feminisms have reproduced some features of patriarchy, which were reinforced globally by modernity, namely, its colonial, classist, racist, and “epistemicide” nature.

Keywords: Feminism, coloniality, modernity, epistemicide.