Grazia Gonik interviewed by Paolo Bellone - Transcript
- Grazia Gonik is a former member of the feminist movement who lived the experience of ’68 and traveled across many countries in the following years observing the evolution and differences in the feminist movement. This interview with Grazia Gonik discusses feminism, self-identity, and changes in a globalized world. The goal was to observe, through Grazia’s personal history, the changes that shaped the feminist movement throughout the second part of the XX century and the beginning of the XXI. It is also interesting to note how the role of interviewer and interviewee change during the interview.
Paolo Bellone is a student of the Master in International History and Politics program at The Graduate Institute. He previously studied History and Cultural Anthropology in Italy, France and Morocco.
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