Feminismo pós-colonial nas Relações Internacionais? Intersecções e diálogos teóricos para refletir sobre gênero, refúgio e violência no Sul Global

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Title Feminismo pós-colonial nas Relações Internacionais? Intersecções e diálogos teóricos para refletir sobre gênero, refúgio e violência no Sul Global
Postcolonial feminism in international relations? Intersections and theoretical dialogues to reflect on gender, refugee and violence in the Global South
 
Creator Minvielle, Nicole Xavier da Cunha
 
Subject Feminismo pós-colonial. Violência. Refúgio.
postcolonial feminism; violence; refugee.
 
Description O presente estudo propõe um exercício para pensar como o feminismo pós-colonial, emergido das intersecções e dos diálogos entre as abordagens teóricas feministas e pós-coloniais, permite refletir sobre temas das Relações Internacionais. A hipótese é que a intersecção das categorias de raça, de gênero e de classe, oferecidas pelo feminismo pós-colonial, possibilita compreender temas da agenda internacional, como o gênero, a violência e o refúgio, a partir de uma visão do Sul Global. Este trabalho está divido em três seções. A primeira é dedicada à apresentação e discussão do feminismo pós-colonial nas Relações Internacionais. Em seguida, na segunda seção, discute-se como a lei internacional do refúgio, as motivações do deslocamento forçado e a construção da imagem da pessoa refugiada podem ser pensados a partir do Sul Global. Mais especificamente, na última seção, trabalha-se essas três dimensões para pensarmos a violência de gênero contra mulheres em contextos de refúgio: a insuficiência do conceito da violência de gênero, as identidades que moldam a experiência feminina e seus motivos de deslocamento e a construção da imagem da mulher refugiada. Os resultados do artigo colaboram para a construção de um arcabouço teórico capaz de refletir sobre temáticas das Relações Internacionais, a partir de perspectivas críticas que valorizem as identidades, as narrativas e as experiências de indivíduos e, especificamente, das mulheres.Recebido em: setembro/2019.Aprovado em: fevereiro/2020.
This study proposes an exercise to think about how postcolonial feminism, emerged from the intersections and dialogues between feminist and postcolonial theoretical approaches, allows us to reflect on International Relations themes. The hypothesis is that the intersection of categories as race, gender, and class offered by postcolonial feminism makes it possible to understand issues on the international agenda, such as gender, violence, and refuge, from the Global South perspective. This paper is divided into three sections. The first is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of postcolonial feminism in International Relations. Then, in the second section, we discuss how the international refugee law, the motivations of forced displacement, the representation and the construction of the image of refugees can be thought from a Global South perspective. More specifically, in the last section, we work on these three dimensions to think about gender violence against women in refugee contexts: the concept of gender violence, the identities that shape women's experiences in the refugee context and the construction of the refugee women image. The results of the article contribute to the construction of a theoretical framework capable of reflecting on International Relations themes, from critical perspectives that value the identities, narratives, and experiences of individuals and women from the Global South.
 
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Source Monções: Revista de Relações Internacionais da UFGD; v. 8, n. 15 (2019): Dossiê Teoria das Relações Internacionais no Brasil; 249-277
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