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Final Remarks: For an Afrodiasporic Feminist Sociology of Land Dispossession

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Abstract

In this chapter, Vergara-Figueroa argues that there is a need for an analytical framework for Afrodiasporic feminist sociology of land dispossession to historicize processes of deracination such as the massacre at Bellavista-Bojayá-Chocó-Colombia. The deriving analytics of this study suggest a path to overcome the limitation of the prevailing intellectual, legal, and political framework of forced migration. This book is an attempt to demonstrate the need to unthink and deconstruct a conceptual framework that is limited, dubious, and narrow-minded. Such limitations are dangerous in the sense that they may contribute to the legitimization of renovated discourses and practices of domination and dispossession.

Keywords

Feminist sociology Diaspora Land dispossession Forced migration Bojayá Deracination 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Social SciencesUniversidad IcesiCaliColombia

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