The purpose of Intersectionalities is to share knowledge and facilitate collaborative discourse amongst social work theorists, practitioners, educators, activists, researchers, and the community members they serve.
Intersectionalities aims to underscore issues relating to oppression, privilege and resistance in society and social work. Of critical consideration are how intersections of age, disability, class, poverty, gender and sexual identity, madness, spirituality, geographical (dis)location, rurality, colonialism/imperialism, indigeneity, racialization, ethnicity, citizenship and the environment are enmeshed in processes of social justice and injustice.
We welcome article submissions on these and related topics. All articles are peer-reviewed.