The Routledge Companion to Intersectionalities

Jennifer Nash (co-editor)



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The Routledge Companion to Intersectionalities is a dynamic reference source to the key contemporary analytic in feminist thought: intersectionality. Comprising over 50 chapters by a diverse, international, and interdisciplinary team of contributors, the Companion is divided into nine parts:

  • Retracing intersectional genealogies
  • Intersectional methods and (inter)disciplinarity
  • Intersectionality’s travels
  • Intersectional borderwork
  • Trans* intersectionalities
  • Disability and intersectional embodiment
  • Intersectional science and data studies
  • Popular culture at the intersections
  • Rethinking intersectional justice.

This accessibly written collection is essential reading for students, teachers, and researchers working in women’s and gender studies, sexuality studies, African American studies, sociology, politics, and other related subjects from across the humanities and social sciences.