Critical Questions, New Imaginaries and Social Activism: A Reader
The book is filled with recent scholarship by leading authors in the reconceptualization and rethinking of childhood studies and early childhood fields, who discuss foundational debates, new imaginaries in theory and practice and activist scholarship. A must-read for graduate students and professionals interested in beginning or continuing critical interrogations of current early childhood policy and reforms globally.
Chapter Thirteen: Black and Chicana Feminisms: Journeys Toward Spirituality and Reconnection
Black and Chicana Feminisms: Journeys Toward Spirituality and Reconnection
Michelle Salazar Pèrez and Cinthya M. Saavedra
Inspired by hooks and Mesa-Bains’ (2006) Homegrown, this chapter is dedicated to a conversational dialogue between Cinthya Saavedra and me (Michelle Salazar Pèrez) about our work enacting Black and Chicana feminisms. We have chosen this format for sharing with each other and our audience in order to provide what is often undocumented insight into the theoretical and methodological influences in our research over the years and thoughts about future possibilities for childhood/s inquiry that foregrounds marginalized feminist perspectives.
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