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Emerging Intersections: Race, Class, and Gender in Theory, Policy, and Practice
edited by Bonnie Thornton Dill and Ruth Enid Zambrana
contributions by Victoria-Maria MacDonald, Mary Gatta, Tiffany Manuel, Avis Jones-Deweever, Sanford Schram, L. Janelle Dance, Lorrie Ann Frasure, Linda Faye Williams, Bonnie Thornton Dill, Ruth Enid Zambrana, Patricia Collins, Amy McLaughlin, Elizabeth Higginbotham, Debra Henderson and Ann Tickamyer
Rutgers University Press, 2009
eISBN: 978-0-8135-7867-5 | Cloth: 978-0-8135-4454-0 | Paper: 978-0-8135-4455-7
Library of Congress Classification HN59.2.E334 2009
Dewey Decimal Classification 306.097309045

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The United States is known as a "melting pot" yet this mix tends to be volatile and contributes to a long history of oppression, racism, and bigotry.

Emerging Intersections, an anthology of ten previously unpublished essays, looks at the problems of inequality and oppression from new angles and promotes intersectionality as an interpretive tool that can be utilized to better understand the ways in which race, class, gender, ethnicity, and other dimensions of difference shape our lives today. The book showcases innovative contributions that expand our understanding of how inequality affects people of color, demonstrates the ways public policies reinforce existing systems of inequality, and shows how research and teaching using an intersectional perspective compels scholars to become agents of change within institutions. By offering practical applications for using intersectional knowledge, Emerging Intersections will help bring us one step closer to achieving positive institutional change and social justice.



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