Myths around Black Brazilian Women from the Perspective of Black Feminist Theory

Gastvortrag von Djamila Ribeiro (Autorin & Philosophin, Brasilien) - ONLINE: Dienstag, 11. Mai, 18 Uhr

Djamila Ribeiro is a Brazilian writer, journalist, philosopher, blogger and online-activist. Her latest books “Quem tem medo do feminismo negro?” (2018) (Who's Afraid of Black Feminism?) and “Pequeno manual antirracista” (2019) (A Short Anti-racist Handbook) are an important contribution to feminist and anti-racist theory.

Ribeiro received her master's degree in Political Philosophy from the Federal University of São Paulo. She is the coordinator of the Sueli Carneiro editorial Seal and the Plural Feminisms Collection, an independent editorial initiative that changed the publishing market in Brazil. She is the author of several books and is a professor in the journalism department at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). A Columnist for Folha de S. Paulo newspaper, Djamila was Deputy Assistant of Human Rights for the city of São Paulo in 2016. She was awarded the 2019 Prince Claus Award, granted by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and considered by the BBC one of the 100 most influential women in the world, the same year.



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