Feminist Praxis Revisited: Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement

Abstract

Book under review: Dean, Amber, Johnson, Jennifer L., and Susanne Luhmann, eds. 2019. Feminist Praxis Revisited: Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press.

Author Biography

Jennifer Musial, New Jersey City University

Jennifer Musial is an Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at New Jersey City University in Jersey City, NJ. She earned her PhD in Women’s Studies from York University (Toronto, ON). She publishes in three fields; 1) reproductive justice, racialization, and gender-based violence; 2) critical yoga studies; and 3) Women’s and Gender Studies field formation. Her major project-in-progress, Pregnant Pause: Reproduction, Death, and Media Culture, looks at racialized grievability in media cases of fatal violence against pregnant women. Previous work has been published in Sexualities, Feminist Formations, Social Identities, Atlantis, Feminist Teacher, and the Journal of Criminal Justice Education. She has forthcoming chapters in the edited collections Rethinking Women’s and Gender Studies Volume II and Carcerality Locally and Globally: Feminist Critiques of States of Violence. She is the managing editor for Race and Yoga, a peer-reviewed journal that looks at the intersections of yoga, racialization, colonialism, capitalism, gender, sexuality, and disability studies.

Published
2020-11-01