Women’s studies

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What does Gayatri Spivak mean when she finally declares the following: “The subaltern cannot speak. There is no virtue in global laundry lists with ‘woman’ as a pious item. Representation has not withered away.” Why can the subaltern not speak? What does it mean to hold “woman” in terms of piety in and outside academia? Why does representation matter at all here? Or Explain what Audre Lorde meant in her admonition that the oppressed should not have to explain their oppression to their oppressor. In this case, consider the following: Could the movement called “feminism” be (or in the very least reproduce itself as) oppressive? What about her admonition suggests that Black women and other women of color should redirect attention and energy back to their respective (and overlapping) communities?

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