Teresa Cunha holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Coimbra.
Senior researcher at the Center for Social Studies (CES) at the University of Coimbra.
Co-coordinator of the publication ‘Oficina do CES’, the Gender Workshop Series, the Summer School ‘Epistemologies of the South’ series, and the Research Program ‘Epistemologies of the South’ at CES.
Cientific coordinator of the Winter School ‘Feminist Ecologies of Knowledges’.
Associate Researcher at CODESRIA and the Center for African Studies at Eduardo Mondlane University (Mozambique).
Isabel Casimiro holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Coimbra.
Researcher at the Center for African Studies at Eduardo Mondlane University (Mozambique).
President of CODESRIA since 2018.
Co-founder of the regional WSLA (1988) and the Mozambican WSLA (1990), national coordinator from 1990 till 1995.
Co-founder of the Mulher Forum and President of its Directive Council during the intervals 1993-2000 and 2006-2015.
This material is an extract from the book Territorios en conflicto. Claves para la construcción de alternativas de vida (“Lands in conflict. Keys to constructing life alternatives”), from the Gernika Network collection.
WALKING ON THE ABYSSAL LINE: A FEMINIST HERMENEUTICS OF SOUTHERN EPISTEMOLOGIES
- What are the southern epistemologies?
- A feminist hermeneutic to corrupt the abyssal lines, wherever they come from
- Depatriarcalize criticizing androcentrism and the invention of women’s reproductive work
- The decolonization of thought and the critique of anthropocentric capitalist reason
THE EXTRACTIVIST ECONOMY IN THE WOMEN LIFE FROM MOZAMBIQUE: WHAT WE CAN LEARN
- Cinderellas from our Mozambique talk and sew life alternatives
- We first think, identify and analyze the problems that affect us
- Cinderellas break the tight little glass shoes
- Organizations, networks and associations
- Organize to avoid being alone and divided: voices and proposals