Witches, Work and Womxn: Revolution from the Kitchen

In ‘Caliban and the Witch – Women, the Body and Primitive Accumulation’ (2004) scholar Sylvia Federici lays bare the persecution of women*and others deemed witches and explores how these historical processes connected to the emergence of capitalism and the subordination of reproductive work. In this talk we will touch on Silvia Federici’s works on Wages for Housework and Counterplanning from the Kitchen and reflect on work, reproduction and the dismantling of the capitalist-patriarchal system that keeps affecting us all, especially in times of distress.

 

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This event was made possible in collaboration with Astrid Noack’s Atelier (ANA).