Anna Simone

teaches political science at Università Roma Tre. She is the author of numerous books and articles on topics such as migration, neoliberalism, biopolitics, and feminism. Her most recent book is I talenti delle donne: L'intelligenza femminile al lavoro (Einaudi, Turin 2014).

Reproduction as Paradigm: Elements for a Feminist Political Economy

Reproduction as Paradigm: Elements for a Feminist Political Economy

This text is not a pub­lic announce­ment, but rather a means of sig­ni­fy­ing the times of injus­tice inscribed in our bod­ies, expe­ri­ences, and rela­tions, that is the anthro­pol­o­gy pro­duced by neolib­er­al­ism into our dai­ly lives. We are con­vinced that fem­i­nism can offer tools for every­one, open­ing new per­spec­tives, start­ing from our­selves but mov­ing towards a grand scale. Fem­i­nism as only… Read more →