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"An outstanding book that is essential reading for anyone interested in intersectionality. That is to say, if there is an intersectionality canon, this book clearly belongs in it." - Devon W. Carbado, Professor of Law, UCLA, and co-author of Acting White? Rethinking Race in Post Racial America "This book is overdue and a welcome intervention. It will be particularly important for students, who can't be expected to put together the historical perspective and intellectual genealogy that Hancock delivers in this book. Hancock's attention to the work of scholar-activists on intersectionality is especially important and often overlooked, as is her attention to women theorizing intersectionality outside the US." - Elisabeth Cole, Professor, Women's Studies, Psychology, and Afroamerican & African Studies, University of Michigan "In this groundbreaking text Hancock faces head on with rigor, deft and elegance some of the most controversial tensions and controversies in the field. She offers new interpretations and fresh insights essential to the continual development of intersectionality for advancing social justice and equality both within and outside the academy." - Olena Hankivsky, Professor, School of Public Policy, and Director, Institute for Intersectionality Research and Policy, Simon Fraser University
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Ange-Marie Hancock is Associate Professor of Political Science and Gender Studies at the University of Southern California.
Chapter One: Intersectionality: Intellectual Property or Meme? Chapter Two: The Activist Roots of Intersectionality Chapter Three: The Multicultural Epistemology of Intersectionality Chapter Four: Bridges, Interstices and Intersections Chapter Five: "We Are Named By Others and We Are Named By Ourselves": Social Constructivism and Intersectionality-Like Thinking Chapter Six: Whither Intersectionality? Appendix Notes Bibliography Index