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Sexuality and gender from decolonial perspective

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Sex(uality) and gender has been studied from a multitude of viewpoints, like gen¬dered and feminist perspectives; LGBT-perspectives, queer studies, liberalism, Marxism and democratic theory. The ‘decolonial perspective’ is a relative newcomer on this perhaps already overcrowded scene of critical social perspectives. In line with INSEP’s take on sexual ethics and politics as a critical and discursive enterprise, informed by transdisciplinary approaches and focusing on both conceptual and the¬oretical debates and their political articulation in contemporary societies, we invited Madina Tlostanova to discuss her views on how to think sexuality and gender, on the role and impact of global feminism and on how to do ethics and politics from this decolonial perspective.
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Decolonialism, Gender, Feminism, Coloniality, Sexuality

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Claes, Tom, and Madina Tlostanova. 2015. “Sexuality and Gender from Decolonial Perspective.” Journal of the International Network of Sexual Ethics and Politics 2 (2): 5–23.
APA
Claes, Tom, & Tlostanova, M. (2015). Sexuality and gender from decolonial perspective. JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF SEXUAL ETHICS AND POLITICS, 2(2), 5–23.
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Claes T, Tlostanova M. Sexuality and gender from decolonial perspective. JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF SEXUAL ETHICS AND POLITICS. Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich Publishers; 2015;2(2):5–23.
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Claes, Tom, and Madina Tlostanova. “Sexuality and Gender from Decolonial Perspective.” JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF SEXUAL ETHICS AND POLITICS 2.2 (2015): 5–23. Print.
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  abstract     = {Sex(uality) and gender has been studied from a multitude of viewpoints, like gen{\textlnot}dered and feminist perspectives; LGBT-perspectives, queer studies, liberalism, Marxism and democratic theory. The {\textquoteleft}decolonial perspective{\textquoteright} is a relative newcomer on this perhaps already overcrowded scene of critical social perspectives. In line with INSEP{\textquoteright}s take on sexual ethics and politics as a critical and discursive enterprise, informed by transdisciplinary approaches and focusing on both conceptual and the{\textlnot}oretical debates and their political articulation in contemporary societies, we invited Madina Tlostanova to discuss her views on how to think sexuality and gender, on the role and impact of global feminism and on how to do ethics and politics from this decolonial perspective.},
  author       = {Claes, Tom and Tlostanova, Madina},
  issn         = {2196-694X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF SEXUAL ETHICS AND POLITICS},
  keyword      = {Decolonialism,Gender,Feminism,Coloniality,Sexuality},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {5--23},
  publisher    = {Barbara Budrich Publishers},
  title        = {Sexuality and gender from decolonial perspective},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2015},
}