Márgara Millán

is a sociologist and social anthropologist, and a professor at the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences at UNAM. She is part of the Network of Decolonial Feminisms and the research group Prefiguraciones de lo Político.

Feminisms in Mexico: From Particularism Toward a Concrete Universalism

Feminisms in Mexico: From Particularism Toward a Concrete Universalism

What is novel about the current moment is the confluence of two processes: on the one hand, the diffusion of feminism among a new generation of women, especially borne of confrontations with gendered violence. A second process concerns the decolonization of (neo)liberal feminism, which began with the impact of the Zapatista movement and the uprising of 1994.