De/Constructing Internationalism

Feminist practices in conversation

With contributions by Victoria Furtado (Uruguay), Ndèye Fatou Kane (Senegal), Kerstin Wolter (Germany), Cinzia Arruzza (U.S.A) and Radhika Menon (India).

March 2020: In the midst of a global pandemic, which is surprisingly countered by national or even nationalistic answers, it might seem out of date to talk about new forms of internationalism. But feminist struggles have never taken place in a friendly environment. Yet, against all odds, strong local, as well as transnational movements, have developed. The contributions collected in this volume – from Uruguay, Senegal, Germany, the U.S. and India – share insights on the state of those movements and possible futures that are as relevant as ever.