Feminist responses to populist politics

  title={Feminist responses to populist politics},
  author={Sanja Milutinovi{\'c} Bojani{\'c} and M{\'o}nica Cano Abadia and Valentina Moro},
  journal={European Journal of English Studies},
  pages={113 - 132}
ABSTRACT Given our situatedness as political subjects of knowledge — as activists and scholars from Southern Europe — we have mapped out in this issue some feminist responses to populism. This issue discusses diverse transfeminist and feminist political groups and ideas, and talks about feminisms as a constellation of accounts of politics, practices, knowledges, and experiences. Although it is beyond the scope of this issue to discuss the idea of populism, the plurality of definitions and their… 
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