Topics in Critical Thought is returning to OSE with four more sessions throughout September and October.
This final session on intersectionality looks at Kimberle Crenshaw’s ‘Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique of Antidiscrimination Doctrine, Feminist Theory
and Antiracist Politics’. Facilitated by Maria Drakopoulou, Iain MacKenzie, Connal Parsely.
Please find the reading here.
This short course is designed to offer an introduction to critical thought in general and provide a series of engaging talks and discussions related to topics of contemporary concern to critical theorists. Members of the Centre for Critical Thought at the University of Kent delivered the sessions alongside selected guests.
Free, no booking required.
You don’t have to have a background in theory to attend these seminars. And you can choose to come to only one, two or more of the sessions.
Due to factors beyond our control, this event is inaccessible to those with limited mobility. We can record parts of the session if there is a demand. Please send an email to email@example.com if you are interested.