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The big three (race, class, and gender) and beyond: New directions and challenges in intersectionality research

Lisa Bowleg

In November 2014, New Zealand’s Auckland University of Technology invited Principal Investigator Lisa Bowleg to present the keynote address for the symposium, “Intersectionality Revisited: Moving Beyond the Contours of Race, Class, and Gender,” hosted by the School of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Pacific academic staff team, and Pacific Media Centre. Bowleg gave the talk, “The big three (race, class, and gender) and beyond: New directions and challenges in intersectionality research,” by live stream.

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Bowleg and Bauer on quantifying intersectionality

Team Represent PI Lisa Bowleg and Greta Bauer of The University of Western Ontario build on recent scholarship on the challenges and opportunities of quantitative intersectionality research within psychology.

 

For many Black gay and bisexual men, their Black identity ranks first

A sample of D.C.-based Black gay and bisexual men describe the ways in which they experience the intersections of race, gender, and sexual identity.