Intersectionality. 2nd Edition

Authors

  • Keisha Jefferies MacEachen Institute of Public Policy and Governance at Dalhousie University

Keywords:

intersectionality, indigenous, gender, key concepts, race

Abstract

Book under review: Collins, Patricia Hill and Sirma Bilge, eds. 2020. Intersectionality. 2nd Edition. Medford: Polity.

Author Biography

Keisha Jefferies, MacEachen Institute of Public Policy and Governance at Dalhousie University

Keisha Jefferies is a Toronto-based African Nova Scotian woman, born and raised in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. She is a registered nurse and PhD candidate in the School of Nursing at Dalhousie University. Her research examines the leadership experiences of African Nova Scotian nurses and the implications for nursing practice and education. Her scholarly and advocacy work focus on addressing anti-Black racism in nursing, equitable admissions in post-secondary institutions, and social justice at large. Keisha has clinical and policy experience in the areas of neonatal intensive care and breastfeeding. She is a Junior Fellow with the MacEachen Institute of Public Policy and Governance at Dalhousie. Lastly, her research is funded and supported by Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier-CGS), Killam Trust, Research Nova Scotia, Johnson Scholarship Foundation, BRIC NS, and the Faculty of Graduate Studies and School of Nursing at Dalhousie.

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Published

2020-12-21