Maria Mies





Maria Mies



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Ecofeminism

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Patriarchy and Accumulation...

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The Village and the World: ...

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Wider Die Industrialisierun...

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The Lace Makers of Narsapur

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Indian Women in Subsistence...

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Indische Frauen zwischen Pa...

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“Peace in patriarchy is war against women.”
Maria Mies, Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale: Women in the International Division of Labour

“The division of the world which followed defined certain parts of the world as ‘nature’, that is, as savage, uncontrolled and, therefore, open for exploitation and civilizing efforts… the process of naturalization’ did not affect only the colonies as a whole and women of the working class the women of the bourgeoisie also were defined into nature as mere breeders and rearers of the heirs of the capitalist class. But in contrast to the African women who were seen as part of ‘savage’ nature, the bourgeois women were seen as ‘domesticated’
nature.”
Maria Mies

“Now, after the material resources of the colonies have been looted, their spiritual and cultural resources are being transformed into commodities for the world market.”
Maria Mies, Ecofeminism



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