Intersectional Pedagogy explores best practices for effective teaching and learning about intersections of identity as informed by intersectional theory. Formatted in three easy-to-follow sections, this collection explores the pedagogy of intersectionality to address lived experiences that result from privileged and oppressed identities. After an initial overview of intersectional foundations and theory, the collection offers classroom strategies and approaches for teaching and learning about intersectionality and social justice. With contributions from scholars in education, psychology, sociology and women's studies, Intersectional Pedagogy include a range of disciplinary perspectives and evidence-based pedagogy.
Kim A. Case, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology, Director of the Applied Social Issues graduate program, Director of Undergraduate Psychology, and the Faculty Mentoring Program Chair at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, Houston, Texas, USA. She is Fellow of the American Psychological Association and Fellow of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.
Foreword Teaching Intersectionality for Our Times Elizabeth R. Cole Acknowledgments 1 Toward an Intersectional Pedagogy Model: Engaged Learning for Social Justice Kim A. Case Part I Intersectional Theory and Foundations 2 Intersectionality Foundations and Disciplinary Adaptations: Highways and Byways Ronnie Michelle Greenwood 3 Decolonial Intersectionality: Implications for Theory, Research, and Pedagogy Tugce Kurtis and Glenn Adams Part II Intersectionality & Classroom Applications 4 Undoing the Psychology of Gender: Intersectional Feminism and Social Science Patrick R. Grzanka 5 Infusing Intersectionality: Complicating the Psychology of Women Course Kim A. Case and Desdamona Rios 6 Pedagogical Practice and Teaching Intersectionality Intersectionally Nancy Naples 7 Teaching Intersectional Psychology in Racially Diverse Settings Kim A. Case and Michelle K. Lewis 8 Quotes, Blogs, Diagrams, and Counter-Storytelling: Teaching Intersectionality at a Minority-Serving Institution Naomi M. Hall Part III Intersectional Pedagogy for Social Justice 9 Revealing Hidden Intersections of Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Race, and Ethnicity: Teaching about Multiple Oppressed Identities David P. Rivera 10 Decentering Student "Uniqueness" in Lessons about Intersectionality Desdamona Rios, Matthew J. Bowling, and Jacquelyn Harris 11 Experiential Activities for Engaging Intersectionality in Social Justice Pedagogy Adrienne Dessel and Timothy Corvidae