Bodies that Collide: Feeling Intersectionality
In this chapter, the authors use the insights from the visceral metaphor of intersectionality as a point of "collision." They interrogate the sensuous materiality of inhabiting one's body as a social subject at the intersection of multilayered histories, positions of privilege, and intercultural interactions.
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De-Whitening Intersectionality: Race, Intercultural Communication, and Politics
Sekimoto, S., Brown, C., & Rudnick, J. (2020). Bodies that collide: Feeling intersectionality. In S. Eguchi, S. Abdi, & B. Calafell (Eds.), De-whitening intersectionality: Race, intercultural communication, and politics (pp. 139-157). Lexington Books.
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