“To Live a Humanity under the Skin”: Revolutionary Love and Third World Praxis in 1970s Chicana Feminism

@article{Havlin2015ToLA,
  title={“To Live a Humanity under the Skin”: Revolutionary Love and Third World Praxis in 1970s Chicana Feminism},
  author={Natalie Havlin},
  journal={WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={78 - 97}
}
  • Natalie Havlin
  • Published 1 October 2015
  • Political Science
  • WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly
Love, naming both affection and an expression of ethical commitment, is often considered foundational to feminist and queer frameworks of collective social change. As Maria Lugones argues, a feminist practice of love that recognizes interdependence and seeks to understand other women's perspectives can serve as the groundwork for coalition building, particularly among women of color in the United States (1987, 8). Scholars and activists have typically followed Lugones and subsequently Chela… 
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