Andréa Gill

Political Science and Cultural, Social and Political Thought

Doctorate in Political Science and Cultural, Social and Political Thought from the University of Victoria (UVIC-Canada). Graduated in Social and Political Thought from Western University (UWO-Canada) and the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN-South Africa), and Master’s in Political Science from the University of Victoria (UVIC-Canada). Professor of the Institute of International Relations (IRI) at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio).  Associate researcher of the Global South Unit of Mediation (GSUM) of the BRICS Policy Center (BPC/PUC-Rio), with the Senior Post-doctoral Scholarship of Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ/PDS – 2021). Post-doctoral researcher of the international network GlobalGRACE (Global Gender and Cultures of Equality) through Goldsmiths, University of London. Associate researcher of the Interdisciplinary Center for African Descendent Research and Heritage (NIREMA/PUC-Rio) and the Latin American Nucleus (NAL/PUC-Rio). Member of the research network Coloniality and International Politics and Research Network on Peace, Conflicts and Critical Security Studies. Full member of the Brazilian Association of International Relations (ABRI). Areas of research: postcolonial and decolonial studies; race, gender, sexuality, and class relations; urban politics; violence and conflict; international relations and globalization; political economy and development; education; Latin American and Brazilian social and political thought.

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From binary to intersectional to imbricated approaches: gender in a decolonial and diasporic perspective

This article proposes a re-reading of the problem of gender, or as it has been put, more often than not,...