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Intersectionality and Heteronormativity

Rosenberg, Tiina LU (2009) In What Are the Feminist Intersectionality Studies? Diverse Disciplinary and Theoretical Approaches
Abstract
This book chapter discusses intersectionality in relation to heteronormativity, and reminds readers of the non-white origins of intersectionality as a theoretical and political concept. The terms whiteness and heteronormativity are proposed as an excellent theoretical and political couple in contemporary scholarship.
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gender studies, postcolonial studies, intersectionality, heteronormativity, queer studies
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What Are the Feminist Intersectionality Studies? Diverse Disciplinary and Theoretical Approaches
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Hearn, Jeff; Lykke, Nina and Phoenix, Ann
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Routledge
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English
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  abstract     = {This book chapter discusses intersectionality in relation to heteronormativity, and reminds readers of the non-white origins of intersectionality as a theoretical and political concept. The terms whiteness and heteronormativity are proposed as an excellent theoretical and political couple in contemporary scholarship.},
  author       = {Rosenberg, Tiina},
  editor       = {Hearn, Jeff and Lykke, Nina and Phoenix, Ann},
  keyword      = {gender studies,postcolonial studies,intersectionality,heteronormativity,queer studies},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x96f4aa8)},
  series       = {What Are the Feminist Intersectionality Studies? Diverse Disciplinary and Theoretical Approaches},
  title        = {Intersectionality and Heteronormativity},
  year         = {2009},
}