2018. Gender Differences in Local Executives: Public Policy and Intergovernmental Transfers in a Brazilian state. FEMERIS: Revista Multidisciplinar de Estudios de Género, v. 3, p. 9. (With Tatiana Goulart).

2018   Mais exóticos que jabuticabas? Os sistemas eleitorais brasileiros. In: Agra; Pereira; Fux; Peccinin. Coleção Tratado de Direito Eleitoral. (With Helga Almeida). Book chapter.

2016   Elegendo mulheres? Ideologia partidária, feminismo e inclusão de mulheres na política. Revista Eletrônica de Ciência Política. 2016.

2016   Policiamento comunitário e participação social em Minas Gerais: Entre a narrativa oficial e a efetividade das reformas. In: Almir de Oliveira Junior. (Org.). Instituições participativas no âmbito da segurança pública. 1ed.Rio de Janeiro: IPEA, p. 55-118. (With E. Batitucci; L. Souza; L. Castro). Book chapter.

2015 The impact of political trajectories on voting: a study of female candidates for a state legislature in Brazil. Politikon, v. 28, p. 5-26,  

Academic Publications 

Chandra Mohanty

In other words, Western feminist discourse, by assuming women as a coherent, already constituted group which is placed in kinship, legal and other structures, defines third world women as subjects outside of social relations, instead of looking at the way women are constituted as women through these very structures. Legal, economic, religious, and familial structures are treated as phenomena to be judged by Western standards. It is here that ethnocentric universality comes into play. 

PUBLICATIONS

"There is no single feminist standpoint because our maps require too many dimensions for that metaphor to ground our visions. But the feminist standpoint theorists' goal of an epistemology and politics of engaged, accountable positioning remains eminently potent. The goal is better accounts of the world, that is, 'science'".

Donna Haraway

© 2018 by Larissa Peixoto Gomes. Created with Wix.com

  • 28757557-f82cff1a-7585-11e7-9317-072a838
  • Twitter Clean Grey
  • LinkedIn Clean Grey