Shifting The Pardigm

Introductory Essay: Webs Of Knowledge in the Digital Divide The production of knowledge on the Internet is not as democratic as we might think. DuBois, Beauvoir, and more contemporary voices within critical race, postcolonial, and feminist thought remind us the same is true in social theory.

Feministing

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This popular blog hosts a range of feminist and pro-feminist writing, video, and other content that will add lively conversation to any section on feminist theory.

Du Bois Institute

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The W. E. B. Du Bois Institute at Harvard University is the country’s oldest research center of African and African-American history and culture. Check it out for webcasts of influential lectures, papers and reports, and links to other resources, such as Harvard’s Hip-Hop Archive.

Souls of Black Folk

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DuBois
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From p. 361 in Social Theory Re-Wired 2e

Black Feminist Thought

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From p. 428 in Social Theory Re-Wired 2e

Placing U.S. Black women’s experiences in the center of analysis without privileging those experiences shows how intersectional paradigms can be especially important for rethinking the particular matrix of dominationThe matrix of domination, according to Collins, refers to how power is organized through overlapping or interlocking systems of oppression (and resistance) that are socially and historically specific.

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