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Theory of anarcho-feminism: political and legal analysis

Student: Ekaterina Sergeeva

Supervisor: Rodion Belkovich

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Legal History, Theory and Philosophy of Law (Master)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2017

The subject of the Master’s thesis is "Theory of anarcho-feminism: political and legal analysis". The Master's thesis is devoted to an anarcho-feminism research as set of the political and legal ideas and their practical realization. The author of the research on the basis of theoretical sources of anarcho-feminism, analytical publications and critiques, investigates dynamics of development of anarcho-feminism; makes a comparison between anarcho-feminism and anarchism and feminism; predicts the prospects of development of anarcho-feminism. Keywords: anarcho-feminism, anarchism, feminism, patriarchy, hierarchy, freedom, Emma Goldman, Voltarina de Claire, Mujeres libres, Mujeres Creando.

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