Decommodifying Feminism: Andie Fox, Viv Smythe and Petra Bueskens

Listen to the audio from FWF16: Decommodifying Feminism.

What happens when feminism gets too cosy with capitalism? In an era when we tend to focus on individual expression, it could be argued that feminism is seen more as an identity than as philosophical framework. Is this all bad? How do we find a path back to collective action and care? And is all ‘internet feminism’ preoccupied with personality and likability?

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