By Ana Cecilia Dinerstein
This e-book opens up a special highbrow area the place 11 female scholar-activists discover substitute varieties of theorising social truth. These‘Women at the Verge’ display new radical topic– one who is plural, prefigurative, decolonial, moral, ecological, communal and democratic- is in the making, yet is unrecognisable with outdated analytical instruments. Of central concern to the e-book is the resistance of a few social scientists, lots of them critical theorists, to studying approximately this radical topic and to interrogating the options, methodologies and epistemologies used to know it. Echoing the experiential critique of capitalist-colonial society that's occurring at the grassroots, the authors study easy methods to create desire, decolonise critique and denaturalise society. additionally they deal with many of the dimensions of the social (re)production of existence, together with ladies in improvement, the commons, and nature. eventually, they talk about the dynamics of prefiguration by social hobbies, critiquing social circulate concept within the process. This thought-provoking edited assortment will attract scholars and scholars of gender stories, social, Marxist and Feminist idea, postcolonial studies and politics.