¿Un neologismo a la moda?: Repensar la interseccionalidad como herramienta para la articulación política feminista

Itziar Gandarias Goikoetxea

Resumen


La interseccionalidad se considera una de las mayores contribuciones a los estudios de género y feministas de las últimas décadas. A pesar de ello, algunas teóricas son suspicaces al actual uso acrítico y fetichización de la interseccionalidad y otras la contemplan como un neologismo a la moda. En base a la experiencia de articulación de la Plataforma de la Marcha Mundial de Mujeres del País Vasco, este texto explora alguna de las tensiones  que surgen a la hora de poner en práctica la interseccionalidad. Con el fin de recuperar su carácter radical y transformador originario de los feminismos negros, se presentan tres retos de la interseccionalidad como herramienta de articulación política: (i)  atender la interrelación entre subjetividad e interseccionalidad (ii) su repolitización  y radicalización y (iii) la apuesta por una interseccionalidad situada y contingente. Más que una noción caduca, la interseccionalidad es presentada como una herramienta con un potencial político y teórico aún por explorar


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