Rejecting the objectivity that is privileged in contemporary education and social science research, analyses of subjectivity and the self are central to Black feminist research. I take up this attention to subjectivity in an effort to consider men’s engagement with feminisms. Specifically, I am interested in how Black men responsibly and ethically participate in the work of Black feminisms. To do so, I interrogate readings of Black masculinity through Black feminist auto/ethnography. I expound on a methodological intervention that I term limbos in the wake with respect to the gendered privileges inherited by Black cisgender men.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education|
|State||Published - Mar 15 2020|
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