2015 Archives

Volume V: 2015
Race/Gender Revisited

Table of Contents:

Conjuring Ain’t I a Woman: an Interview with bell hooks
bell hooks (Berea College)
Meredith Lee (University of California, Irvine)

Revisiting Intersectionality: Reflections on Theory and Praxis
Rekia Jibrin (University of California, Berkeley)
Sara Salem (Institute of Social Studies, the Netherlands)

“Hear me? Slave. Free. I Last”: Reading Race and “Marked” Texts in Morrison’s Re-Vision of History in A Mercy
Lauren Elise Kadel (Temple University)

Notes Toward a Decolonial Feminist Methodology: Revisiting the Race/Gender Matrix
Xhercis Mendez, Ph.D (California State University, Fullerton)

Representation and the Limits of Advocacy: A Critical Look at Vice’s “Young and Gay: Jamaica’s Gully Queens”
Treviene Harris (University of Pittsburgh)

In the interests of beginning new scholarly conversations, we welcome comments on our pieces from students and faculty. We will endeavor to publish any responses quickly. Please email any responses to the 2015 issue’s Editor-in-Chief,  Meredith Lee at meredicl@uci.edu

Editorial Collective


Meredith Lee (Culture & Theory)


Cait Cavanaugh (Psych & Social Behavior)

Chris Chamberlin (Culture & Theory)

Eulalie Laschever (Sociology)

Lauren Reiser (Psych & Social Behavior)

Jaime Roots (European Languages & Studies)

Morgan Slade (Comparative Literature)

Heather Thomas (Anthropology)

Wind Dell Woods (Drama)