• Chiara Saraceno 11 January 2016
    The multiplicity of ways of forming and interpreting the meaning of the word family is anything but a recent phenomenon. Human history in fact presents an almost inexhaustible repertoire of different ways of organising and attributing meaning to procreation and sexuality, to the alliances formed between groups and between individuals in creating families. One could say that there is nothing less “natural” and more socially constructed than a family.
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