On Intersectionality: A Review Essay

@article{Thomsen2019OnIA,
  title={On Intersectionality: A Review Essay},
  author={C. Thomsen and Jessyka Finley},
  journal={Hypatia},
  year={2019},
  volume={34},
  pages={155 - 160}
}
Nearly thirty years ago, Kimberl e Crenshaw published the theory of “intersectionality,” in which she argued that racism and sexism collide to make black women’s marginalization distinct from that experienced by both white women and black men, and further that our legal institutions did not recognize these distinctions (Crenshaw 1989, 1991). This is, of course, the history most often tethered to the theory. But perhaps we need new ways to think about “intersectionality” and “intersectional… Expand
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