Google intersectionality and what do you get?
Collins & Bilge 2016. Intersectionality (Polity): 193: "Throughout the book, we have aimed to deepen this working definition of intersectionality in ways that encompass its heterogeneity and dynamism yet clarity its core principles. We settled on this definition because it is BROAD AND ELASTIC ENOUGH to encompass the diversity within intersectionality yet provides some guidance on some important BOUNDARIES around intersectionality." [my emphasis]
Collins & Bilge 2016, p. 204: "The central challenge of intersectionality is to move into the politics of the not-yet. Thus far, intersectionality has managed to sustain intellectual and political dynamism that grows from its heterogeneity. This is immensely difficult to achieve when faced with the kinds of intellectual and political challenges we have explored in this book. But just because something is difficult does not mean that it's not worth doing." [my emphasis]
Octavia's Brood -- black transmedia intersectionality in action
=FUNDING THE BOOK AS A WAY INTO COLLECTIVE ACTION:
• IndieGoGo Campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/octavia-s-brood-science-fiction-stories-from-social-justice-movements#/
=GATHERING FOLKS WHO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN:
• Black Girl Nerds turn up on Google Search
• Octavia's Brood: http://octaviasbrood.com
Google for images of intersectionality and what do you get?
[image from: Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality in ESL Education HERE.]
Why put Race at the center? Is it a center? What Networks & Tangles & Fields & Powers are shown here? Additive? Interactive? Intra-actions? Transversal? Trans-sectoral?
• Yuval-Davis, N. 2016. Power, intersectionality and the politics of belonging. In The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Development (pp. 367-381). Palgrave Macmillan UK.
• Carter, A. M. 2015. Teaching with Trauma: Trigger Warnings, Feminism, and Disability Pedagogy. Disability Studies Quarterly, 35/2.
• Lykke, N. 2012. intersectional gender pedagogy. Gender Studies Education and Pedagogy, 14.
• Yuval-Davis, N. 2012. Dialogical epistemology—an intersectional resistance to the “oppression Olympics”. Gender & society, 26(1), 46-54.
• Squires, J. 2010. Beyond multiple inequalities: Transversal intersectionality, diversity mainstreaming and participative democracy. Kvinder, Køn & Forskning 23.
• Davis, K. 2008. Intersectionality as buzzword: A sociology of science perspective on what makes a feminist theory successful. Feminist theory, 9/1: 67-85.