From local to global: feminist and postcolonial approaches to the relationship between the Antipodes (Galicia-Australia)

Olga Castro

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Abstract

Starting from the exploration of the common features related to a postcolonial and feminist analysis, I will attempt to establish new relationships and to open up new perspectives within the cultural exchanges between the two nations, Galicia and Australia, within a global world. On the one hand, this will be new relationships in favour of a non-sexist language which contributes to overcoming gender discrimination; and on the other hand, new relationships which favour a re-evaluation of voices which have been silenced by hegemonic and centralised discourses.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)161-188
Number of pages28
JournalAntipodas
Volume2008
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Keywords

  • postcolonial analysis
  • feminist analysis
  • Galicia
  • Australia
  • non-sexist language
  • gender discrimination
  • centralised discourses

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