Feminism and Intersectionality: Black Feminist Studies and the Perspectives of Jennifer C. Nash
This in-depth conversation with Jennifer Christine Nash, the Jean Fox O’Barr Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University, USA, aims to illuminate the complexities of intersectionality in feminist discourse. This interview focuses on Nash’s work and perspectives on intersectionality in relation to gender, class, race, sexuality, and hierarchies of power and privilege. This interview discusses precarity, vulnerability, and intersectionality in black feminist discourse, as well as the marginalisation of black women’s heterogeneity, the politics of reading associated with intersectionality, and the relationship between temporality and intersectionality. Additionally, this conversation discusses Nash’s monograph, Black Feminism Reimagined (2019), post-intersectionality theory, the relationship between intersectionality and transnationalism, and intersectionality in feminist futuristic discourse.
"Feminism and Intersectionality: Black Feminist Studies and the Perspectives of Jennifer C. Nash,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 23:
1, Article 21.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol23/iss1/21