Visibilizar la heterogeneidad y la sororidad: Las antologías Tsunami de Gabriela Jáuregui en conexión con #MeTooEscritoresMexicanos y la colectiva Mujeres Juntas Marabunta

Translated title of the contribution: "Making heterogeneity and sorority visible: The Tsunami anthologies by Gabriela Jáuregui in connection with #MeTooEscritoresMexicanos and the collective Mujeres Juntas Marabunta"

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Abstract

This study establishes a link between the use of social media (for example Me Too in Mexico), and the mobilization and objectives of the feminist organization Mujeres Juntas Marabunta (2019), and the publica-tion of two anthologies edited by one of its members: the writer, editor, and activist Gabriela Jáuregui: Tsunami (2018) and Tsunami 2 (2020). The article briefly contextualizes the current feminist movement in Mexico and analyses three official documents that have been published by Mujeres Jun-tas Marabunta (the statement “Mujeres juntas, marabunta”, the manifesto “Palabra colectiva” and “Pronunciamiento”) as well as Jáuregui’s declara-tions in several interviews. The study underlines connections between so-cial media, some of the objectives of Mujeres Juntas Marabunta, and the creation process and contents of both anthologies
Translated title of the contribution"Making heterogeneity and sorority visible: The Tsunami anthologies by Gabriela Jáuregui in connection with #MeTooEscritoresMexicanos and the collective Mujeres Juntas Marabunta"
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)165-204
Number of pages40
JournalLiteratura Mexicana
Volume34
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2 Jan 2023

Keywords

  • Tsunami
  • Gabriela Jáuregui
  • Mujeres Juntas Marabunta
  • social media

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