Spaces of Appearance and the Right to Appear: March 8 in Local Bodily Assemblies

@article{aatay2021SpacesOA,
  title={Spaces of Appearance and the Right to Appear: March 8 in Local Bodily Assemblies},
  author={Selin Çağatay and Mia Liinason and Olga Sasunkevich},
  journal={Feminist and LGBTI+ Activism across Russia, Scandinavia and Turkey},
  year={2021}
}
Aiming to deepen our understandings of corporeal and embodied dimensions of transnational feminist and LGBTI + activism, this chapter is driven by the question: Why does the body still remain an important instrument of queer and feminist struggles in the era of digital solidarities? Following the International Women’s Day in diverse locales in Sweden, Turkey, and Russia, the ethnographic analyzes in this chapter bring forth the significance of embodied forms of resistance for the (re)making of… 

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