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Feministing in Political Science

6 Jun 2024

Feministing in Political Science examines what is at stake in contesting the boundaries of the contemporary university. This critique of mainstream Canadian political science pushes beyond typical studies of institutions and political life. Instead, the collection draws together personal essays, pedagogical interventions, dialogues, and original research to reflect on how “feministing” as an orientation and as an analytic can centre experiential knowledge and reshape our understandings of political science. Collectively, these contributions lay bare the ways that power moves in and through the academy, naming the impacts on those who are most structurally precarious, all while pointing to futures available to us through refusal, solidarity, and hope. Contributors: Yasmeen Abu-Laban, Julianne M. Acker-Verney, Kelly Aguirre, Jeanette Ashe, Nicole S. Bernhardt, Amanda Bittner, Alana Cattapan, Elaine Coburn, Jamilah A.Y. Dei-Sharpe, Rita Kaur Dhamoon, Alexandra Dobrowolsky, Nick Dorzweiler, Tammy Findlay, Mariam Georgis, Emily Grafton, Joyce Green, Genevieve Fuji Johnson, Kiera L. Ladner, Lindsay Larios, Manon Laurent, Fiona MacDonald, April Mandrona, Kimberley Ens Manning, Sarah Munawar, Nisha Nath, Michael Orsini, Stephanie Paterson, Tka C. Pinnock, David Semaan, Gina Starblanket, Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark, Melanee Thomas, Reeta Chowdhari Tremblay, Ethel Tungohan, Nadia Verrelli, Leah F. Vosko, and Chamindra Weerawardhana.


Nisha Nath, Fiona MacDonald, Ethel Tungohan, Stephanie Paterson, Alana Cattapan

Published in
Edmonton, CA

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