Panoramas recentes do Feminismo na Interseccionalidade

  • Sirma Bilge Universidade de Montreal
Palavras-chave: Feminismo, Interseccionalidade, Gênero


O presente artigo foi redigido originalmente em inglês, cujo título é Recent feminist outlooks on intersectionality, de autoria da professora e pesquisadora Sirma Bilge, publicado na Diogenes. Trata-se de uma discussão interessada em teorizar o conceito de interseccionalidade a partir da operacionalização do gênero nos estudos feministas.


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Biografia do Autor

Sirma Bilge, Universidade de Montreal
Ph.D., Professora Associada, Departamento de Sociologia, Universidade de Montreal.


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Bilge, S. (2020). Panoramas recentes do Feminismo na Interseccionalidade. Escritas Do Tempo, 2(6), 238-256.