Voices from the Periphery: An alternative to patriarchal, neoliberal and national hegemony

Global dialogues on peace, democracy and diversity

Events / Tue 19 Apr 2022 19:00

The first of the Voices From the Periphery: Global dialogues on peace, democracy and diversity debate of the season is devoted to discuss about potential alternatives to the patriarchal, neoliberal and national hegemonic discourse starting from emancipation processes.

Our keynote speaker, Jule Goikoetxea, is a Basque political philosopher, writer and feminist activist. She is a professor in the Political Science Department of the University of the Basque Country.

She has published scientific articles in journals such as Taylor and Francis, Routledge and Springer, and in periodicals such as Regional and Federal Studies, Ethnopolitics, Nationalities Paper and the Cambridge University Journal of Politics.

In addition to her academic activity, she is known for her feminist, pro-independence and anti-capitalist activism.

She is editor of the collection LISIPE de Pensamiento Feminista. After Angela Davis’ visit to Spain, she collaborated in Danele Sarriugarte’s edition and translation of her work into Basque in Emakumeak, arraza eta klasea. (Women, race and class).


When: Tuesday 19 April 2022 at 19:00

Where: Hotel Compostela, rúa do Hórreo 1, Compostela


Media inquiries can be addressed to info@ideasforeurope.eu

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Voices from the periphery is a joint initiative of Fundacion Galiza Sempre and Coppieters Foundation.

This series of conversations is financially supported by the European Parliament. The European Parliament is not liable for the content of the discussions nor the opinions expressed by the experts during these exchanges.

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