Intersectionality as buzzword
Interested in applying intersectionality to feminist thought and scholarship? Look no further! This article by Kathy Davis, currently positioned at the VU University Amsterdam in the Netherlands, explores the challenges and advantages of using intersectionality as an applied theory in feminist practices. This article artfully refutes notions that would suggest that intersectionality as a theory needs to be stringently defined within feminist praxis. As with most theoretical concepts, the most useful aspect of intersectionality is its ability to probe complexity, creativeness, and ingenuity. The author speculates that tight constraints would limit its usefulness. Access the full article here.