Stuart Hall and feminism: revisiting relations

Keywords: Cultural studies, Stuart Hall, feminism, identity

Abstract

This article firstly addresses Stuart Hall’s account of the contributions of feminism to the formation of cultural studies. Secondly, it deals with the development of feminist criticism in the context of cultural studies, especially in England. Following this line, it retrieves Hall’s ideas on the problematic of identity(ies). This dimension of his work is the third approach to be explored, a subject also relevant in feminist theoretical production. The paper additionally points out matches and mismatches of such developments in the Brazilian context. Finally, it concludes that the theme deserves in-depth analysis, especially as the topic of identity plays a central role in current political practice and feminist theory.

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Author Biography

Ana Carolina Damboriarena Escosteguy, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS)
Doutora em Ciências da Comunicação pela Universidade de São Paulo; Pós-doutorado no CAMRI (Communication and Media Research Institute), associado ao Department of Journalism and Mass Communication da School of Media, Art and Design da University of Westminster (UK). Professora titular da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, atuando na graduação e na pós-graduação, na área de Comunicação e Estudos Culturais. Pesquisadora do CNPq. Autora de Cartografias dos estudos culturais – Uma versão latino-americana. Belo Horizonte: Editora Autêntica, 2002.
Published
2016-12-23
How to Cite
Escosteguy, A. C. (2016). Stuart Hall and feminism: revisiting relations. MATRIZes, 10(3), 61-76. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v10i3p61-76
Section
Stuart Hall, his history