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Identity, sex and 'women's writing' in French poststructural feminism

dc.creatorSekulić, Nada
dc.date.accessioned2021-10-12T11:09:56Z
dc.date.available2021-10-12T11:09:56Z
dc.date.issued2010
dc.identifier.issn0038-0318
dc.identifier.urihttp://reff.f.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1072
dc.description.abstractRad se bavi političkim implikacijama feminističke revizije psihoanalize u radovima glavnih predstavnica francuskog feminističkog poststrukturalizma nastalog sedamdesetih godina prošlog veka i njihovom političkom aktuelnošću danas. Rad se bavi uticajem i modifikacijama Lacanovog tumačenja imaginarne strukture ega i jezičke strukture nesvesnog na objašnjenja odnosa pola i identiteta kod Julije Kristeve, Luce Irigaray i Héléne Cixous. Francuski poststrukturalistički feminizam, koji se razvija sedamdesetih godina XX veka, predstavljao je drugu osnovnu struju u francuskom feminizmu tog vremena, različitu i donekle suprotstavljenu pristupu Simone de Beauvoir. Dok se Simone de Beauvoir bavi 'ženskom situacijom' određenom društveno istorijskim okolnostima, francuske feministkinje poststrukturalističkog usmerenja bavile su se problemima nesvesnog psihološkog strukturisanja ženskog identiteta, ženskom psihoseksualnošću, teorijskim implikacijama rodnih vizura stvarnosti, posebno u sferi filozofije, semiologije i psihologije i otvaranjem novih diskurzivnih mogućnosti samoizražavanja žena i ženskosti, putem 'ženskog pisma'. Političke implikacije njihovog pristupa do danas se smatraju kontroverznim. Ove autorke su kritikovane zbog izmeštanja ženskog aktivizma u sferu jezika i teorije, kao i zbog ponovnog učvršćivanja i uvođenja pojma ženske prirode i njenog mitopoetizovanja. Polemika o tome da li nam je potreban pojam ženske prirode i ako da, kakav, te kakav je odnos između teorije i političkog aktivizma, vodila je razdvajanju tzv. 'esencijalističkih' i 'antiesencijalističkih' pristupa u feminističkoj teoriji i potonjoj podeli na američku (neesencijalističku) i francusku (delimimično etiketiranu kao esencijalističku) struju. U velikoj meri pojednostavljena, ova podela previđa i neke konkretne istorijske okolnosti koje su dovele do razdvajanja 'materijalističke' i 'lingvističke' feminističke struje u Francuskoj tog vremena.sr
dc.description.abstractThe paper discusses political implications of the feminist revision of psychoanalysis in the works of major representatives of 1970s French poststructuralism, and their current significance. The influence and modifications of Lacan's interpretation of imaginary structure of the Ego and linguistic structure of the unconscious on explanations of the relations between gender and identity developed by Julia Kristeva, Luce Irigaray and Héléne Cixous are examined. French poststructuralist feminism, developing in the 1970s, was the second major current in French feminism of the times, different from and in a way opposed to Simone de Beauvoir's approach. While de Beauvoir explores 'women's condition' determined by social and historical circumstances, French feminists of poststructuralist persuasion engage with problems of unconscious psychological structuring of feminine identity, women's psychosexuality, theoretical implications of gendered visions of reality, especially in philosophy, semiology and psychology, as well as opening up new discursive possibilities of women's and feminine self-expression through 'women's writing'. Political implications of their approach have remained controversial to this day. These authors have been criticized for dislocating women's activism into the sphere of language and theory, as well as for reasserting the concept of women's nature. Debates over whether we need the concept of women's nature - and if yes, what kind - and over the relation between theory and political activism, have resulted in the split between the so-called 'essentialist' and 'anti-essentialist' approaches in feminist theory, and the subsequent division into American (non-essentialist) and French (partly labeled as essentialist) strands. The division is an oversimplification and overlooks concrete historical circumstances that produced the divergence between 'materialist' and 'linguistic' currents in France.en
dc.publisherSociološko udruženje Srbije i Crne Gore, Beograd i Univerzitet u Beogradu - Filozofski fakultet - Institut za sociološka istraživanja, Beograd
dc.rightsopenAccess
dc.rights.urihttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/
dc.sourceSociologija
dc.subjectžensko pismosr
dc.subjectrodsr
dc.subjectpoststrukturalistički francuski feminizamsr
dc.subjectpolsr
dc.subjectidentitetsr
dc.subjectwomen's writingen
dc.subjectsexen
dc.subjectidentityen
dc.subjectgenderen
dc.subjectFrench poststructural feminismen
dc.titleOdnos identiteta, pola i 'ženskog pisma' u francuskom poststrukturalističkom feminizmusr
dc.titleIdentity, sex and 'women's writing' in French poststructural feminismen
dc.typearticle
dc.rights.licenseBY-NC
dc.citation.epage252
dc.citation.issue3
dc.citation.other52(3): 237-252
dc.citation.rankM24
dc.citation.spage237
dc.citation.volume52
dc.identifier.doi10.2298/SOC1003237S
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://reff.f.bg.ac.rs/bitstream/id/66/1069.pdf
dc.identifier.scopus2-s2.0-78549266155
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