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Escritura femenina y cruce de culturas: aplicaciones en la dramaturgia de Caryl Churchill Feminine writing and cross culture: applications to Caryl Churchill's dramaturgy

By Amalia Ortiz de Zárate Fernández and Rodrigo Browne Sartori

Abstract

La escritura femenina es una de las estrategias para confrontar a los mecanismos patriarcales construidos por la lógica occidental. A la luz de esta propuesta se han levantado diversas voces-otras que, en un ejercicio transdisciplinario, la han acogido para potenciar sus líneas de expresión y enriquecer sus discusiones y debates. Ese es el caso del cruce entre cultura y escritura bisexual y algunas de sus representaciones en el teatro contemporáneo. Los contextos culturales-postcoloniales desde los cuales se nutren las relaciones entre género y cultura estimulan a los creadores teatrales y les impulsan a exponer ese intercambio dialógico. El objetivo de este trabajo, por tanto, es observar cómo estos cruces son llevados al texto teatral - como escritura femenina - por la dramaturga británica contemporánea Caryl Churchill.<br>Feminine writing is one of the strategies used to confront the patriarchal mechanisms that have been set up by occidental logic. In light of this proposal, various voices of the other have risen. In a transdisciplinary exercise, feminine writing has taken this in, so as to promote its lines of expression and enrich its discussions and debates. This is the case of the crossroads between culture and bisexual writing and some of their representations in contemporary theatre. The cultural and postcolonial contexts that nourish the relations between gender and culture stimulate the theatrical creators and motivate them to display that dialogic exchange in their pieces of work. Thus, the objective of this work is to observe how these crosses are brought to the theatrical text - as feminine writing - by the British contemporary playwright Caryl Churchill

Topics: escritura femenina, escritura bisexual, postcolonialismo, Caryl Churchill, Feminine Writing, Bisexual Writing, Postcolonialism, Caryl Churchill, Women. Feminism, HQ1101-2030.7, The family. Marriage. Woman, HQ1-2044, Social Sciences, H, DOAJ:Gender Studies, DOAJ:Social Sciences
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1590/S0104-026X2012000300019
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:f96633e6a5df418a8f168c2b1bbda104
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