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Droit à la ville genré, atouts et limites d'une conquête féminine par le sport urbain : analyse d'ateliers féministes de parkour et de skate mis en place entre août et novembre 2019 par le collectif "Ciudad feminista" à Pedro Aguirre Cerda, commune du péricentre sud de Santiago du Chili

Abstract : Located speeches, landed, anchored in bodies and places, emerging feminist movements inspired by anti-racist and decolonial, pluriversalists struggles, reveal a particular and new interest in embodied positioning and spatiality. Inhabit and the bodies in hinge. This thesis deals with the demand of the right to the city by academics and feminist activists who make the bodies of women the pivot of the spatial exclusion of Western cities. In the first part, we will look at the expression of Henri Lefebvre and the appropriation that feminist university studies make of it. The city of Henri Lefebvre is the urban landscape undone of its aesthetic weight and landed in a politico-social context. The right to the city is therefore understood as an instrument of participatory territorial governance which makes possible to reduce socio-spatial exclusions and to appropriate the city as a living space. But then, the issues of violence against women and their systematic invisibilization of public space raises the importance of being interested in gender entry. The feminist collective "Ciudad feminista" ("feminist city") sets up between August and November 2019 in a town in the southern pericenter of Santiago de Chile, urban sports workshops to conquer the right to the city of girls and adolescents. From a case study based on interviews with the organizers of the workshops, we will notice that if they do not recompose the city in its forms, sport can be considered a tool of feminist urbanism because it transforms perceptions of the city and recomposes its symbolic attributes. It is a way for girls, women and adolescent to own the city and to feel empowered to transform it. The whole city changes but from the eyes of those who watch.
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Clémentine Damico. Droit à la ville genré, atouts et limites d'une conquête féminine par le sport urbain : analyse d'ateliers féministes de parkour et de skate mis en place entre août et novembre 2019 par le collectif "Ciudad feminista" à Pedro Aguirre Cerda, commune du péricentre sud de Santiago du Chili. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03118416⟩

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