Wed 9.18.13 | Race, Gender, Intersectionality

HoSang, LaBennett & Pulido, eds., Racial Formation in the Twenty-First Century UC Press, 2012

Omi & Winant, Racial Formation in the United States (2d ed.) Routledge, 1994


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According to Priya Kandaswamy, race is socially constructed, and that process takes place within a heavily gendered context. In fact, she asserts, race is fundamentally inseparable from gender, sexuality, and class, and social movements (and many feminist activists) ignore this fact and its implications at their peril.

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