Black and Postcolonial Feminisms in New Times

@inproceedings{Mirza2010BlackAP,
  title={Black and Postcolonial Feminisms in New Times},
  author={Heidi Safia Mirza and Cynthia Joseph},
  year={2010}
}
Black feminist thought is grounded in an understanding of the nature of power and the way ‘the black/othered woman’s’ difference’ is systematically organised through social relations. Postcolonial feminist approaches enable us to situate the silent ‘spectral’ power of colonial times as it appears in the production and reproduction of marginalised, racialised and gendered others in new contemporary times. This special issue brings the two perspectives together to explore the complexities of… 
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