This abstract is summarized by IPR from the original journal article published in the Review of Research in Education.
Angela Harris and Zeus Leonardo examine intersectionality as an analytical framework. The Black Lives Matter movement served as an impetus for discussing intersectionality’s current traction. The scholars review the genealogy of “intersectionality”, examine intersectionality’s utility for social analysis, and review how education researchers have explained race and gender subordination in education.
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Harris, A., & Leonardo, Z. (2018). Intersectionality, Race-Gender Subordination, and Education. Review of Research in Education, 42(1), 1–27. https://doi.org/10.3102/0091732X18759071