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Desafiando as Teologias Brancas Feministas: A Necessidade de Desconstruir o Privilégio Branco

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15603/2176-0985/mandragora.v16n16p81-90

https://www.metodista.br/revistas/revistas-ims/index.php/MA/index 

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Anneleen Decoene1

 

Resumo: A partir das teologias womanistas, o artigo problematiza o privilégio racial branco ainda presente nas teologias feministas. Sendo assim, encaminha-se uma teologia feminista branca crítica que não apenas incorpore teologias womanistas. O artigo aponta para a importância de teologias feministas brancas se envolverem em uma discussão séria e sistemática destinada a desmontar e definir a brancura, a supremacia branca e os privilégios brancos.

Palavras-chave: brancura; privilégios brancos; teologia feminista branca; teologia womanista.

 

Abstract: Reading womanist theologies, the article discusses the white racial privilege still present in feminist theologies. Therefore, the author forwards a critical white feminist theology that not just incorporates womanist theologies. The article points out the importance of engaging in a serious and systematic discussion intended to dismantle and define whiteness, white supremacy and white privileges.

Key words: whiteness; white privileges; white feminist theology; womanist theology.

 

1 Estudou sociologia e sociologia. Atualmente, faz seu doutorado – sobre a omissão da perspectiva branca no labor teológico – na Universidade de Leuven (Bélgica). A autora está inserida no grupo de pesquisa “Teologia no contexto pós-moderno” desta mesma universidade, bem como em movimentos sociais que cruzam as lutas anti-racistas e anti-sexistas.

 

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