FemTAP: A Journal of Feminist Theory and Praxis 2.1 Race, Gender, and Social Justice
In the recent past we have seen an increase in violence against communities of color and LGBTQ communities, some televised and others completely ignored by mainstream media. We have also witnessed a conservative backlash against models that embrace intersectional analysis and a critical look at privilege from all sectors. Yet, we believe feminist models are uniquely capable of addressing increasing inequities, particularly those models that argue that we must put the most oppressed women at the center of our analysis (see Smith 2006, Brenner 1998, Anzaldua 1984, etc.). As such, FemTAP is accepting submissions that critically engage models, methods, theories, and practices of feminist social justice that highlight race, gender, class, and sexuality as co-equal.
Topics: historical feminisms, repro justice, rural feminisms, alternative spaces, un/natural disasters, models/methods, current issues, definitions.
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