Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Wednesday, July 10, 2013 17:15 - 3 Comments
In her latest column, Sara Motta examines the current crisis in Brazil as the country braces itself for tomorrow's general strike. 'Politics as normal', she argues, can no longer contain the needs, desires and hopes of large sections of Brazilian society.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Thursday, March 28, 2013 19:00 - 6 CommentsIn her latest column, as she leaves the UK for pastures new, Sara Motta calls for "revolutionising revolution" by founding it in a "politics of love, monologue of and for the voiceless, sacred sexuality and embodied transformations of self and other".
Beautiful Transgressions, Columns, New in Ceasefire - Thursday, June 14, 2012 14:07 - 2 CommentsIn her latest column, Sara Matta speaks up about the predicament of academic mothers faced with the violence of a marketised University sector.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Thursday, March 1, 2012 8:53 - 11 CommentsIn the first of two articles on the violence of marketisation in higher education, Sara Motta ruptures the discourse which seeks to normalise these processes in order to "reject and rebel against the acts of misnaming and misshaping [as a means to] produce a different set of parameters" for re-imagining a critical education.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Tuesday, January 31, 2012 8:50 - 3 CommentsIn her latest column, Sara Motta reflects on women's relationship with their bodies, including their experience of menstruation. Looking back to history, she argues, we begin to unravel the processes of disconnection, separation and estrangement that devalue, silence and make shameful the female body and its cycles.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Saturday, December 31, 2011 9:00 - 0 Comments
Beautiful Transgressions | The Tide is Turning: from the Feminisation of Poverty to the Feminisation of ResistanceIn her latest column, Sara Motta argues that the feminisation of poverty is becoming a feminisation of resistance, particularly in the Global South. What lessons can we learn from these struggles?
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Tuesday, July 26, 2011 10:09 - 0 Comments"It remains easy to find the great leader able to rouse the masses with his beautiful speeches... yet beats his wife when he arrived home". In her new column, Sara Motta further explores the case for why politicising the personal is urgent and necessary.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Tuesday, July 5, 2011 7:56 - 0 CommentsIn her new column, Sara Motta explores the remarkable work of La Máscara Theatre company – the only feminist theatre group in Colombia, and reflects on how its methods can be used in popular education for the building of global movements of resistance.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire - Tuesday, June 14, 2011 0:00 - 4 CommentsAs the wave of popular protests sweeps the globe, there is a growing recognition within activist movements of the exhaustion of traditional radical politics of ideological models and organisational vanguards. Sara Motta calls for a new politics in which people have control over decisions and processes affecting their lives.
Beautiful Transgressions, New in Ceasefire, Politics - Tuesday, May 17, 2011 0:00 - 12 CommentsWhose problem is it when a mother finds herself unable to take part in political resistance because she can't find childcare provision? In her new column, Sara Motta argues that a strong, inclusive movement cannot be built and sustained if we allow obstacles to female participation to be systematically ignored or trivialised.
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