Decolonizing Gender: Raewyn Connell at LSE

Decolonizing Gender

An LSE Gender Institute and Feminist Theory public lecture

Speaker: Professor Raewyn Connell

Date: Monday 18 May 2015
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Chair: Dr Ania Plomien

Members of the public, LSE alumni, LSE students and LSE staff can request one ticket via the online ticket request form:
Ticket Request – Decolonising Gender, Professor Raewyn Connell, 18 May

The creation of contemporary knowledge about gender is a revolution in thought that has been closely connected with political struggles for gender justice. In the last generation a major problem about this field of knowledge has been recognized, its constitution within a worldwide economy of knowledge shaped by the power and wealth of the global North. This lecture will explore recent attempts to overcome this problem, in feminist re-thinking of imperialism, coloniality and Southern perspectives. The lecture will consider connections of knowledge with feminist politics in the neoliberal era, when new forms of patriarchy have emerged; and will ask if we can have a fully decolonized global feminism that is both politically effective and socially radical.

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