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A decolonial, ecofeminist ethic of care

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posted on 04.03.2021, 17:44 by Paula Serafini
The challenges we currently face are multiple, and they are interconnected. What began as a global health crisis provoked by COVID‐19 quickly unfolded into an economic one, and while the effects of extractivism and climate change are increasingly felt, xenophobia, racism, homophobia and misogyny are encouraged by politicians across the world. As anthropologists, we are well positioned to evaluate both structural patterns of inequality and oppression and individual and collective forms of action in response, and to identify openings for shifts in paradigms. Here I propose that a decolonial ecofeminist ethic of care can provide us with a compass for how to tackle the multiple crises we face, at both local and transnational levels. [Opening paragraph]

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Author affiliation

School of Media, Communication and Sociology

Version

AM (Accepted Manuscript)

Published in

Social Anthropology

Publisher

Wiley

issn

0964-0282

eissn

1469-8676

Acceptance date

03/01/2021

Copyright date

2021

Available date

07/02/2023

Language

en

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