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Newsletter 22 October 2021

Dear readers!

From 11 to 13 November, the IV. International Marxist-Feminist Conference will take place online. Among the keynote speakers and world-renowned feminists are Tithi Bhattacharya, Lorena Cabnal, Ochy Curiel, Christine Delphy, Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, Elsa Dorlin, Silvia Federici, Nancy Fraser, Frigga Haug, and Danièle Kergoat.
The keynote speakers will present and debate specific aspects of their works such as the analysis of value, work, social reproduction, racialisation, sexualisation, and the state. In addition, representatives of a variety of feminisms throughout the world will present and discuss their views and theoretical approaches.

Several years ago, Frigga Haug very effectively addressed women from across the globe to find ways to strengthen feminist interventions. As a result of this collective process, Haug presented the Thirteen Theses of Marxism-Feminism which have guided the work related to the Marxist-Feminist Conferences ever since. The full recording of the webinar ‘The Project of a Marxist-Feminist International’ describing this initiative’s development, activities, and working methods is provided in this newsletter as well.

See you at the conference!
Michael Hollogschwandtner, web editor, for transform! europe

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Online Conference
Marxist-Feminist Conference
The conference will provide theoretical debates, case studies based on examples of struggle and resistance, as well as a plenary seccion on the Thirteen Theses of Marxism-Feminism with Frigga Haug and other Marxist feminists. [read more... ]
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Thirteen Theses of Marxism-Feminism
By Frigga Haug
This foundation for Marxist feminist thinking and action, formulated by Frigga Haug, is the outcome of a collective process organised around the Marx-Fem-Conferences.[1] With an introduction by Frigga Haug. [read more... ]
Webinar
The Project of a Marxist-Feminist International
This event is dedicated to reflecting on the growing Marxist-feminist project, its possibilities and practices, as well as on its future working methods, activities and priorities. [read more... ]
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