What is femonationalism? How has feminism converged with nationalist and anti-migrant politics?
What is the genealogy of femonationalism? How has the stereotype of the patriarchal, misogynist migrant man been constructed?
How do policies regarding migrant integration and assimilation relate to femonationalism? How has discourse around women’s rights and gender equality impacted the assimilatory and exclusionary missions of nation-states?
Sara Farris, In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism, “Integration Policies and the Institutionalization of Femonationalism”
Sara Farris, In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism, “Femonationalism, Neoliberalism, and Social Reproduction”
Sara Farris, In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism, “The Political Economy of Femonationalism”
Maleiha Malik, Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field, “Governance Feminism in the French Republic: Veils, Parité, and Feminists”
Darren Rosenblum, Governance Feminism: Notes from the Field, “Sex Quotas and Burkini Bans”
Miriam Ticktin, "Sexual Violence as the Language of Border Control: Where French Feminist and Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Meet"
Saskia Bonjour and Sarah Bracke, "Europe and the Myth of the Racialized Sexual Predator: Gendered and Sexualized Patterns of Prejudice"
Sophie Siddiqui, "Fascist White Feminism Is Exploiting Fears About Sexual Violence To Push Racist Agendas"
CrimethInc., "Europe: Between Rape and Racism"
Sara Farris focuses on femonationalism within Europe. Research migration (policies, demographics, rhetoric, etc.) within the United States context, particularly focusing on its gendered elements. Is a similar discourse of femonationalism utilized within the United States? Are there similar gendered policies? What are the differences between Europe and the United States?