By Maria del Guadalupe Davidson,Kathryn T. Gines,Donna-Dale L. Marcano,Beverly Guy-Sheftall,George Yancy
A diversity of themes—race and gender, sexuality, otherness, sisterhood, and agency—run all through this assortment, and the chapters represent a collective discourse on the intersection of Black feminist idea and continental philosophy, converging on the same set of questions and issues. those convergences should not random or pressured, yet are in lots of methods ordinary and useful: a similar problems with enterprise, identification, alienation, and tool unavoidably are addressed via either camps. by no means sooner than has a bunch of students labored jointly to envision the assets those traditions can supply each other. by means of bringing the connection among those severe fields of proposal to the vanguard, the ebook will motivate students to have interaction in new dialogues approximately how each one can tell the opposite. If modern philosophy is bothered by way of the truth that it may be too restricted, too closed, too white, too male, then this groundbreaking ebook confronts and demanding situations those problems.
Maria del Guadalupe Davidson is Assistant Professor of African and African-American reviews, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of ladies and Gender reports on the collage of Oklahoma. She is coeditor (with George Yancy) of severe views on bell hooks.
Kathryn T. Gines is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Penn nation collage and Founding Director of the Collegium of Black ladies Philosophers.
Donna-Dale L. Marcano is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Trinity College.
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Convergences: Black Feminism and Continental Philosophy (SUNY series in Gender Theory) by Maria del Guadalupe Davidson,Kathryn T. Gines,Donna-Dale L. Marcano,Beverly Guy-Sheftall,George Yancy