Ce que le patriarcat fait à l’amour | In English
How come patriarchy persists ? That’s the question psychologist and ethicist Carol Gilligan and research fellow Naomi Scnider have tried to answer. In a book published in 2018, they examine how our traditional views of what masculinity and femininity are affect our ability to create and live deep relationships.
In this episode, Victoire Tuaillon has a conversation with Carol Gilligan, co-author of « Why does patriarchy persist ? », about love and masculinity, about what patriarchy does to love.
The complete transcript of the conversation is available on https://www.binge.audio/podcast/les-couilles-sur-la-table/ce-que-le-patriarcat-fait-a-lamour-in-english
ABOUT LES COUILLES SUR LA TABLE
Les Couilles sur la table is a conversational podcast with scholars and experts who work on men, manhood and masculinities, from a feminist point of view. What does it mean to be a man nowadays ? How is our world still built for men, made by men ? What effects does masculinity have on arts, music, movies ?
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Les couilles sur la table is a Binge Audio podcast hosted by Victoire Tuaillon, edited by Quentin Bresson and Diane Jean, music by Théo Boulenger, visual by Sébastien Brothier, produced by Joël Ronez, David Carzon and Gabrielle Boeri-Charles.
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