About this series
Over the past 25 years, intersectionality has emerged as an internationally recognized approach to conducting research that takes seriously interlocking issues of gender, race, class, and sexuality. Building upon the worldwide interest among academics as well as political practitioners, THE POLITICS OF INTERSECTIONALITY will be dedicated specifically to intersectionality, bringing together theory with pragmatic politics to an international audience. Books solicited will draw insights from diverse scholarship and research in social divisions, including (but not limited to) inclusion/exclusion in global market relations, rural/urban, and nomad/settled. The idea that more than one category of difference is relevant to politics has been a longstanding if not always widely practiced claim in ethnic studies and women's studies, respectively, and this series looks to expand upon that existing literature.