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Critical Engagements: Intersectionality, Privilege, and Identity Politics

In Uncategorized on May 9, 2016 at 9:03 PM

A worthy and impressive compilation of critical writings on intersectionality.

Full Opinionism

From Charles Burns' From Charles Burns’ “Black Hole.”
Highly recommended.

This is an ongoing compilation of critical writings on intersectionality, privilege, and identity politics. If I missed any, please let me know and I’ll update the list.

Refusing to Wait: Anarchism and Intersectionality Deric Shannon and J. Rogue (2009)

The Problem with “Privilege” Andrea Smith (2013)

I am a Woman and a Human: a Marxist Feminist Critique of Intersectionality Theory Eve Mitchell (2013)

Intersectionality and the Identity Politics of Class Automatic Writing (2013)

Class Struggle and Intersectionality: Isn’t Class Special? Automatic Writing (2013)

Tim Wise & The Failure of Privilege Discourse Robtheidealist (2013)

On Race, Gender, Class, and Intersectionality Brenna Bhandar (2013)

“I Would Rather be a Cyborg Than a Goddess” Intersectionality, Assemblage, and Affective Politics Jasbir Puar (2011)

Be Careful With Each Other, So We Can Be Dangerous Together (2012)

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