Vida que se escribe / escritura que se vive: notas en torno a las escrituras feministas

In this article we expose a set of theoretical and methodological reflections arising from the reading of a corpus of testimonial discourses of women, lesbians and sexual dissidents that are located in a border space between academic and literary enunciation conditions. The reading strategy that we...

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Main Authors: Cabrera, Mario Federico David, Grasselli, Fabiana Hebe, Fischetti, Natalia Beatriz
Format: Online
Language:spa
Published: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2019
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Online Access:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/1778
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Summary:In this article we expose a set of theoretical and methodological reflections arising from the reading of a corpus of testimonial discourses of women, lesbians and sexual dissidents that are located in a border space between academic and literary enunciation conditions. The reading strategy that we develop aims not only to identify dominant representations about the involved subjects but also to re-discover, re-transit, and make readable/audible the aesthetic modulations of their experiences. This research asks what is the importance of language appropriation and of enunciating our daily, academic and political experiences as subjectivities and bodies crossed by the patriarchal difference and which potentialities are articulated through thoughtful listening/reading.