- The Danger of a Single Story
- Intersectionality & Social Inequality
- The Urgency of Intersectionality
- A Conversation With Black Women on Race
- Disability Sensitivity Training Video
- The Seattle Times- Under Our Skin
- Hillary Clinton’s Intersectional Politics
- Women’s March on Washington Opens Contentious Dialogues About Race
- Doing Better At Intersectionality
- Why intersectionality can’t wait
- Race And Feminism: Women’s March Recalls The Touchy History
Academic Journals and Books
Crenshaw, K. (1991). Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color. Stanford Law Review, 43(6), 1241-1299. doi:10.2307/1229039
Nash, J. (2008). Re-thinking intersectionality. Feminist Review, (89), 1-15.
Choo, H. Y., & Ferree, M. M. (2010). Practicing intersectionality in sociological research: A critical analysis of inclusions, interactions, and institutions in the study of inequalities*. Sociological Theory, 28(2), 129-149,245
Carbado, D., Crenshaw, K., Mays, V., & Tomlinson, B. (2013). Intersectionality. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race. Vol.10(2), pp.303-312
Bose, C. (2012). Intersectionality and Global Gender Inequality. Gender & Society, 26(1), 67-72.
Warner, & Brown. (2011). Understanding how race/ethnicity and gender define age-trajectories of disability: An intersectionality approach. Social Science & Medicine, 72(8), 1236-1248.
L90 AFAS 3002 — Feminist Fire!: Radical Black Women in the 20th Century
L98-245 section 01 — Images of Disability in Film and Literature
L98-4604 section 01 —Taboo: Contesting Race, Sexuality, and Violence in American Cinema
L22 History 49MB — Advanced Seminar: Women and Gender in Modern Caribbean History