Chachawarmi: Silence and Rival Voices on Decolonization and Gender
middle-class advocates for gender equality and feminist activists who seem to fear that the ‘decolonising politics ’ of the Evo Morales administration would abandon indigenous women to their ‘ traditional’ silenced subordination within maledominated structures. From the dynamics of indigenous decolonial projections, feminist critiques, middle-class misgivings and state politics, the article explores
the implications of these different discourses on colonialism, decolonisation and women’s subordination.
- Social and Economic Geography
- coloniality of gender
- female subordination
- ISSN: 1469-767X
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