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Race, gender and the activism of black feminist theory: Working with Audre Lorde Suryia Nayak

By: Nayak, Suryia.
Publisher: London Routledge 2015Description: 156 p.ISBN: 9781848721753; 9780203521960 (e-book : PDF)..Subject(s): POLITICS : PSYCHOLOGY IYR | RACIAL PSYCHOLOGY IQX B | FEMINISM : PSYCHOLOGY IKW RPT | FEMALES : PSYCHOLOGY IKW | BLACK PEOPLE : PSYCHOLOGY IQX BM | SEXUAL INEQUALITY : PSYCHOLOGY IKR PTS | RACIAL DISCRIMINATION : SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY INS XVOther classification: IYR AQX BKW RPT Online resources: Fulltext available via Taylor & Francis ebooks - Shibboleth login required
Contents:
1. Introduction : race, gender and social change -- 2. The political activism of close reading practices -- 3. 'Black feminism is not white feminism in blackface' : the question of Black-women-only services and spaces -- 4. The aporetics of intersectionality -- 5. Conclusion: 'where is the love?'.
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1. Introduction : race, gender and social change -- 2. The political activism of close reading practices -- 3. 'Black feminism is not white feminism in blackface' : the question of Black-women-only services and spaces -- 4. The aporetics of intersectionality -- 5. Conclusion: 'where is the love?'.

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