Lucie Naudé (she/her) is conducting a multi-sited ethnographic study with a group of Colombian and Spanish feminist NGO workers. Her dissertation explores the experiences of this singular group of feminists caught up in a zone of global friction and studies their situated attempts to find the right way to support each other and care for one another across the North-South divide. By unpacking the uneasy making of transnational feminist alliances, her work helps rethink the much-debated issue of feminist solidarity as it happens on the ground and contributes to theoretical debates and political imaginaries about the sustainability of a feminist political community across spatial and political dichotomies.
Her research interests include:
Political solidarities across difference.
Feminist politics: institutionalization and NGOization.
Aid chains, NGOs and social change.
Transnational sociology and anthropology.
Lucie was a visiting fellow at the School of Gender Studies of the National University of Colombia in 2021-2022 (Bogotá Colombia) and at the department of Anthropology of the Universidad de los Andes in 2022 (Bogotá Colombia).
Lucie joined the doctoral program in Sociology and Social Anthropology at CEU in September 2019. She holds a master’s degree in International Studies and Latin American studies and a bachelor in social sciences from Sciences Po Grenoble (France).
Her mother tongue is French, she speaks English and Spanish and has basic knowledge in Catalan, Portuguese and German.