Repensando la economía feminista desde las propuestas de(s)coloniales.

  1. Astrid Agenjo-Calderón 1
  1. 1 Universidad Pablo de Olavide

    Universidad Pablo de Olavide

    Sevilla, España


Revista de economía crítica

ISSN: 1696-0866

Year of publication: 2016

Issue: 22

Pages: 92-107

Type: Article

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  • Year 2016
  • Journal Impact: 0.300
  • Field: ECONOMÍA Quartile: C2 Rank in field: 36/167


  • Social Sciences: D


Economics -as a scientific discipline and modern Science- is tied to an historical eurocentric, androcentric and anthropocentric conception, which stems from the circumstances of a concrete space (The West) and a particular individual (white, bourgeois, male, adult and heterosexual) who have been regarded as the centre of knowledge and the only possible object of study, in a purely political process of generation of economic knowledge, based on social consensus on what part of reality should be look into, from where, and how it is interpreted. The critics of the ideology that is implied in the delimitation and definition of Economics (and work) will be the task that we will address on this paper, from a proposal of dialogue between Feminist Political Economics approaches and some critical postmodern, subaltern/postcolonial and/or descolonial studies, from which some theories are raised against the growing mercantilization, subalternization and exploitation of nature, peoples and cultures, and the local and global problems generated by this.