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From Femicide to Feminicidio

Latin American Contributions to Feminist Conceptual History

Camila Ordorica

Rivera-Garza, El invencible verano de Liliana This article examines the invention, definition, and application of the feminist concept of femicide/feminicidio (f/f ), meaning the murder of women for gender reasons. 1 Feminist thought distinguishes

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Xandra Miguel-Lorenzo

criminalising femicide. 4 This article considers how the staged violent match between the cholita and the colonel relates first to the problem of urban security, in El Alto and in La Paz more widely, particularly the problem of violence against women in an

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Stages, Streets, and Social Media

Intersectional Feminism and Online Activism in France during the Pandemic

Claire Mouflard

inequality, police violence, racism, and femicides happened equally on stage, in the street (during protests), and on social media. However, when Emmanuel Macron ordered the lockdown on 16 March 2020, activists who had previously been given a voice in the

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Introduction

France in the Age of Covid-19

Éric Touya de Marenne

. The coronavirus era, however, saw an amplification of new types of violent behavior, such as gratuitous and senseless violence and an increase in femicides and anti-LGBTQ violence. 12 From the perspective of French politics, Covid-19 exacerbated a

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Patricia Ravelo Blancas and May-ek Querales Mendoza

: Routledge . Women’s actions against femicide violence in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico Patricia Ravelo Blancas and May-ek Querales Mendoza Femicide has become a serious problem in Mexico. The recorded number of murders of girls and women increased by 68

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Anne-Laure Amilhat Szary

fighting femicide in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and mother of Silvia Arce, who disappeared in that city in 1998. Specific commitments to examining gender and region-building have been present in numerous articles on femicide in Mexico ( Ravelo Blancas

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Editorial

Situating Screen Bodies

Brian Bergen-Aurand

of cases such as Simelane’s, the perceptions of such cases, and the incredible prevalence of rape, corrective rape, femicide, and lesbicide are at the core of Collen Mfazwe’s work. As the Stats SA report emphasizes, it is not only the realization of

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Esther Hertzog

Middle East Journal 9 ( 1 ): 92 – 93 . Shalhoub-Kervorkian , N. and Daher-Nashif , S. ( 2013 ), ‘ Femicide and Colonization: Between the Politics of Exclusion and the Culture of Control ’, Violence against Women 19 ( 3 ): 295 – 315 . 10

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Perspectives from the Ground

Colonial Bureaucratic Violence, Identity, and Transitional Justice in Canada

Jaymelee J. Kim

): 24 – 28 . https://doi.org/10.17730/0888-4552.39.1.24 10.17730/0888-4552.39.1.24 Luffy , Samantha , Dabney Evans , and Roger Rochat . 2015 . ““ It Is Better If I Kill Her”: Perceptions and Opinions of Violence Against Women and Femicide in

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Vandalism as Symbolic Reparation

Imaginaries of Protest in Nicaragua

Ileana L. Selejan

crowd of around three hundred assembled to protest violence against women and governmental indifference towards increasing cases of femicide in Mexico. The action was spurred by a recent case concerning the rape of a teenage girl by four policemen in the