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Abbie Levesque DeCamp (Ph ’22) and Ellen Cushman Publish Article on Intersectional Community Thinking

20th anniversary issue of Reflections journal

“Taking up intersectionality when the field articulates what community means to us can help to better express the experiences of multiply marginalized people, and to work toward empowerment through different and collective liberation.”

Abbie Levesque DeCamp (PhD ’22) and Associate Dean and Professor of English Ellen Cushman have published their article, “Intersectional Community Thinking: New Possibilities for Thinking About Community,” in Volume 20 of Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric. Read the full article online here.

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