The Global Feminisms Project (GFP) originated in 2002 to create an archive of oral histories from women scholars and activists from four countries: China, India, Poland, and the USA Since then, we have added interviews from Brazil, Nicaragua, Nigeria, and Russia. The term “global” means to us that we focus on women’s movement activism and gender scholarship in several countries around “the globe,” and that we are interested in the flow of ideas, activists and scholarship across national boundaries. However, we are also and equally interested in the uniquely local features of activism and scholarship in different locations; we hope our interviews help document all of these.
Abigail Stewart and Sueann Caulfield
Alexandra Gross, Anouk Versavel, Arielle Sturr, Carlos Arenas, Cheng Jizhong, Christopher Fort, Eimeel Castillo Dona, Elena Fort, Elizabeth Cole, Elizabeth Martins, Emily Gach, Gina Goldfaden, Hanna Smith, Helen Ho, Jana Haritatos, Juan Hernandez, Julia MacMillan, Julianna Lee, Justyna Pas, Karis Blaker, Kasia Kietlinska, Kim Dorazio, Leslie Marsh, Libby Pozolo, Lina Grant, Lucas Limoncic, Maddie House, Marisol Fila, Megan Bloem, Nicola Curtin, Olga Greco, Rebecca Friedman, Rebecca Rosen, Rosa Peralta, Shelly Grabe, Sridevi Nair, Stefan Mendes, Sueann Caulfield, Sumiao Li, Thokchom Bibinaz Devi, Urmitapa Dutta, Zakiya Luna, and Zoe Boudart
Department or Unit
Women's and Gender Studies
LSA TS and U-M Library
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for South Asian Studies, Humanities Collaboratory, Institute for Research on Women & Gender, Rackham Graduate School for collaborative projects, Third Century Learning Initiative, and Women’s Studies Program
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