"Thinking Beyond Borders"? A Transnational Feminist Critique of Discourses of Internationalism in Canada
AbstractThis paper presents a transnational feminist critique of discourses of internationalism in Canada by analyzing a speech delivered at the 2008 Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences. The paper explores how feminist discourses are sometimes mobilized in defense of dominant (inter)national narratives and argues in support of transnational feminist interventions. Résumé Cet article présente une critique féministe transnationale des discours sur l’internationalisme au Canada en analysant un discours présenté au Congrès des humanités et des sciences sociales de 2008. Cet article explore la façon dont les discours féministes sont parfois m obilisés pour la défense d’exposés de faits (inter)nationaux dominants et milite pour le soutient d’interventions féministes transnationales.
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