July 25 + 28, 6-8pm ET
Inspired by the recent publication of Chiara Bottici’s Anarchafeminism, a rare scholarly contribution to the studies of anarchafeminism and radical feminist movements, this course unpacks how a feminism that is rooted in anarchism differs from state models. Focusing on part one of this text, this course compares intersectional struggles and queer encounters in the anarchist traditions with radical feminist traditions on both the theoretical and activist level, merging historical legacies with current struggles.
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Maura McCreight is a doctoral candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, with a focus on the history of photography and a lecturer at Brooklyn College and Bronx Community College. Her dissertation is titled “Where Light Reflects: Retracing Photographs of Women during the Algerian War for Independence (1954-62)”.