Feminist Methodologies: Experiments, collaborations and reflections

New book in the Gender, Development and Social Change series

This book offers in-depth reflections on how feminists shape research questions, understand positionality, share research results beyond academe and produce feminist intersectional knowledges.

This open access book gives insights into feminist methodologies in theory and practice. Focusing on the experiential and embodied nature of doing feminist research, it offers valuable tools for feminist research as a continuous praxis.

Emerging from a rich collective learning process, the collection offers in-depth reflections on how feminists shape research questions, understand positionality, share research results beyond academe and produce feminist intersectional knowledges.

Edited by Wendy Harcourt, Karijn van den Berg, Constance Dupuis and Jacqueline Gaybor, this book reveals how the authors navigate theory and practice, candidly exploring the difficulty of producing knowledge on the edge of academia and activism. From different points of view, places and disciplinary positions, artistic and creative experiments and collaborations, the book provides a multi-layered analysis. 

Available on open access

Feminist Methodologies: Experiments, collaborations and reflections has had 11k downloads in the first 48 hours! It shows there is an audience hungry for valuable tools feminist tools for navigating feminist theory and practice in creative ways – download a copy!

Professor

Professor Wendy Harcourt

Researcher

Karijn van den Berg

Independent feminist researcher

PhD student

Constance Dupuis

Researcher

Dr Jacqueline Gaybor

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Gender, Development and Social Change book series

The Gender, Development and Social Change series brings together pathbreaking writing from gender scholars and activist researchers who are engaged in development as a process of transformation and change. The series pinpoints where gender and development analysis and practice are creating major ‘change moments’. More information about this series.

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