An intersectionality reading list


Photograph by Peter Marshall

Rather than go into a detailed analysis / critique of the following selected readings on intersectionality, I’ll just leave them here for you to read and make your own mind up. All I will say is that each of them in their own way has helped to improve my understanding of what can be a complex but useful analytical tool. They have played a part in moving me from a position of scepticism about intersectionality to a growing appreciation of how it throws a light on how various forms of oppression interact…

Why intersectionality can’t waitKimberlé Crenshawhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/in-theory/wp/2015/09/24/why-intersectionality-cant-wait/?utm_term=.ea27d531a323

Intersectionality and identity politicsRebecca Reilly-Cooperhttps://rebeccarc.com/2013/04/15/intersectionality-and-identity-politics/

Until All Are Free: Black Feminism, Anarchism, and Interlocking OppressionHillary Lazarhttps://anarchiststudies.org/2016/12/15/until-all-are-free-black-feminism-anarchism-and-interlocking-oppression-by-hillary-lazar/

Is intersectionality just another form of identity politics?Feminist Fightbackhttp://libcom.org/library/intersectionality-just-another-form-identity-politics-feminist-fightback

Interestingly, there was an action on Thursday 11th May at the LSE by striking cleaners (and their supporters) which in my opinion, could be seen as having intersectional elements: LSE cleaners continue strikes for equality and dignityhttps://www.facebook.com/peter.marshall.712/media_set?set=a.10158404334225467.1073742179.785785466&type=3&pnref=story

Dave (the editor)

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