Engaged Scholar Journal
Community-Engaged Research, Teaching and Learning

Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 2022 Engaging Feminisms: Challenging Exceptionalist Imaginaries Guest-edited by Marie Lovrod and Corinne L. Mason

Contemporary exceptionalisms are so commonplace that many slip by unremarked in the busyness of overheated neoliberal efforts to avoid asking: what is the just, meaningful, and critical work that matters most for supporting mutual flourishing across peoples, species, places, and spaces? Exceptionalisms are fundamental to prevailing structures of violence, bias, and the micro- and macro-aggressions they animate within and across borders and bodies. Practices for facilitating aggression and ignorance as privileged measures of power map rather neatly onto the current global pandemic to which they have given rise. 

Cover Image: Health Care Worker by Dawna Rose (2020)

Table of contents (15 articles)

From the Guest Editors

Essays

  1. “We Cannot Write About Complicity Together”: Limits of Cross-Caste Collaborations in Western Academy
  2. Avoiding Risk, Protecting the “Vulnerable”: A Story of Performative Ethics and Community Research Relationships
  3. Rethinking Gendered Violence Through Critical Feminist Community-Engaged Research
  4. Women and Allies in Action: College Students as 'Diversity Workers' in the Activism Classroom
  5. Teaching and Learning Social Change
  6. Decolonizing Or Doing the Best With What We Have? Feminist University-Community Engagement Outside Women’s, Gender, and Sexualities Studies Programs
  7. On Being the ‘Fat Person’: Possibilities and Pitfalls for Fat Activist Engagement in Academic Institutions
  8. Collaborative Movement: What Queering Dance Makes Possible

Reports from the Field

  1. Principles-Based Budgeting: Resources for Revisioning Academic Planning

Exchanges

Book Reviews

Podcast Reviews

  1. Secret Feminist Agenda, Season 4

From the Editor

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