By El?bieta H. Oleksy
In the wealth of literature on intersectionality as an idea, concept, political alternative and method, little has been written on the way it can be taught. continuing from concept to perform, Visualizing Difference fills during this lacuna and gives an unique method of a visible pedagogy that acknowledges the need of integrating distinction, while additionally inspiring the reader to express meanings from visuals that without delay undergo impact upon their lives.
This cutting edge quantity proposes a singular method of empirical research of the visible. thus far, it has now not been confirmed how interconnections among a variety of social differentials, similar to gender, incapacity, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and nationality intersect in a selected lived event and form the reception of visible texts. Oleksy therefore makes a speciality of documenting how severe research of movies empowers scholars and provides them incentive to oppose normalizing strength effects.
Through scholars’ own narratives, the reader will witness how subjectivity is indicative of the retrospective examine their very own lives, which school room reports of observing and discussing the flicks have encouraged. This exciting e-book will attract undergraduate and postgraduate scholars and postdoctoral researchers drawn to movie viewers, Intersectionality, Sociology, Pedagogy and Gender Studies.