Neoliberalism, Feminism, Transnationalism

Winch, Alison; Forkert, Kirsten and Davison, Sally, eds. 2019. Neoliberalism, Feminism, Transnationalism, Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture, (71). 1362-6620 [Edited Journal]

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The essays in this special issue attest to the multiplicities of neoliberal practice across the globe, and to the ways in which aggressive neoliberal marketisation impacts differently across different axes (of class, race, age and gender, amongst others). The focus of this issue is on feminism and gender inequality, but, as the contributors show in their many different ways, it is impossible ever to separate out a specific form of inequality, and to see it as existing independently of other structures of privilege and disadvantage, or to see the experiences of any one group in isolation from the multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination and exclusion in which they are formed. Our contributors also offer a range of different ways of understanding this variety, and different takes on how to organise. What is not in dispute, however, is that women are organising in new and radical ways in many different contexts and in many different countries.

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1 April 2019

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