Collective writing as resistance: The collective Write like a girl

Creating collectively offers a countercultural gaze, as it opposes the patriarchal approach and offers a collaborative system of organization. It deviates from the traditional search for legitimation, understanding that the role of the critics and the canon has always been those of a father who lect...

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Autores principales: Agüero, Noelia, Brondo, Leticia, Correa Lust, Constanza, Scelta, Marinés, Urquiza, Victoria
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Instituto de Literaturas Modernas 2021
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Acceso en línea:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/literaturasmodernas/article/view/5488
Aporte de:R de Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Ver origen
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Sumario:Creating collectively offers a countercultural gaze, as it opposes the patriarchal approach and offers a collaborative system of organization. It deviates from the traditional search for legitimation, understanding that the role of the critics and the canon has always been those of a father who lectures. In its performative nature, it offers other ways of circulation and opens new spaces for dissemination and reception, new interpretations, and new critiques: we are going after the genealogies of women, to whom we are indebted without knowing it. As stated by Laddaga (2006), we are facing new paradigms that understand art as a practical regime and propose aesthetics of resistance that seek to create forms of coexistence through the creation of common worlds in which, no matter the result, the work becomes the process. Under a practical concept of the arts, we propose to reflect on the actions carried out by the collective Write like a girl during the last five years. Writing then becomes a “contemporary action of its time” in the words of Nancy (2014)