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

Nicole Xavier da Cunha Minvielle

Resumo


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.


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Feminismo pós-colonial. Violência. Refúgio.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30612/rmufgd.v8i15.11544

Monções: Revista de Relações Internacionais da UFGD - ISSN 2316-8323 - Dourados - MS, Brasil.

 

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