(Meet Mago Contributor) Claudia von Werlhof

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Claudia von Werlhof, born in 1943, Berlin, Germany, since 1988 full professor for women´s studies and political science, Univerity ogf Innsbruck, Austria. Mother of a son. Empirical research in Latinamerica, co-founder of international women´s studies, the “Bielefeld“-School, activist against neoliberal globalization, founder of „critical theory of patriarchy“, a new paradigm in science, founder of the “Planetary Movement for Mother Earth“.

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Claudia von Werlhof, geb. 1943 bei Berlin, seit 1988 Professorin für Frauenforschung und Politikwissenschaft an der Universität Innsbruck. Mutter eines Sohnes. Empirische Forschungen in Lateinamerika, Mitbegründerin der Frauenforschung, Aktivistin gegen die neoliberale Globalisierung, Entwicklung der „Kritischen Patriarchatstheorie“ , Gründerin der „Planetaren Bewegung für Mutter Erde“.

 

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