In their article, “10 Theses on Feminist Economics (or the antagonism between the strike and finance),” Luci Cavallero and Verónica Gago are interested in a feminist economics that is able to redefine, based on the bodies and territories in conflict, labor and exploitation, communal and feminized modes of doing and resisting, and popular innovation in moments of crisis. They write from the position of having formed part of the organizing for the feminist strike that, since 2016, has driven what they characterize as a massive, radical, and transnational movement. They root the theses that they synthesize here in that dynamic of the strike, in order to elaborate an expanded and radical perspective on the “economy” as a critique of political economy and to continue weaving together conversations and exchanges. Starting from there, they trace its connection with the logics of exploitation and extraction that characterize capital valorization today.
and Gago, Verónica.
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