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Blackness at the intersection

Blackness at the intersection

Andrews, Kehinde

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In the 1980s, Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw first coined the term 'intersectionality'. Since then, the concept has spread across national and disciplinary boundaries, and has had a transformative impact on the way in which we understand identity and the experience of discrimination. But outside the US, the application of intersectional theory has largely been disconnected from any analysis of 'Blackness', despite intersectionality's origins in critical race theory (CRT). Precisely how intersectionality is shaping articulations of and political advocacy around Blackness therefore remains to be examined. Curated by Crenshaw as well as several of the leading scholars of CRT, this collection bridges that gap, and is the first to apply both these concepts to contexts outside the US.

Publication Date 2024-02-22 00:00:00 +0000

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