IreneHilaria: Récits intimes pour un féminisme révolutionnaire
Feminism has always stressed the importance of the intimate narrative. By combining family stories, political theories and historical facts, Irene draws from the life of Hilaria, her grandmother, weapons to equip contemporary feminist movements. Hilaria is a Basque proletarian woman, a widow, who raises her children alone. The tragedy and chaos of their lives in the 1930s will never overpower their joy of living and their desire to build a desirable world.
They are an inspiration for our time, when fascism is once again at the gates of power in Europe. Since the democratisation of a reformist and liberal feminism will not help us, we must return to Hilaria’s feminism, a popular feminism that is at once anarchist, anti-fascist, anti-capitalist and anti-carcenary.
- Language French
- Format20 x 12 cm