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Not getting over it: the impact of Sara Ahmed’s work within Critical University Studies

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posted on 13.05.2021, 01:18 by Tseen Khoo, James Burford, E Henderson, H Liu, Z Nicolazzo
This forum-style paper presents contributions by scholars from the area of Critical University Studies (CUS). It articulates the ways that particular concepts from Sara Ahmed’s scholarship have influenced or been useful in CUS. Across her scholarship, Ahmed offers intersectional perspectives on exclusionary practices and structures that many within CUS have drawn upon. The contributors to this paper hail from and research across a diverse range of fields that include cultural studies, queer studies, education, critical race studies, and organisational studies.

History

Publication Date

21/12/2020

Journal

Journal of Intercultural Studies

Volume

42

Issue

1

Pagination

15p.

Publisher

Taylor & Francis

ISSN

0725-6868

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