Skip to content

Bailey’s Concept of “Misogynoir” discussed and championed in Mashable Article

The logo for NuLab News: a minimalist image of an opened book with monochrome and red pixels on the left edge

NULab Faculty Moya Bailey‘s (Assistant Professor of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) concept of “Misogynoir” was discussed and championed recently in Rebecca Ruiz’s Mashable Article “Why you need to know what ‘misogynoir’ means right now“.

“Misogynoir” refers to the specific way black women experience anti-blackness and misogyny simultaneously, with Ruiz walking readers through Bailey’s chronicling of the history of the phenomenon, its current manifestations, its importance, and how “Misogynoir” can be combated.

To learn more, read the Mashable article, look at NULab’s Misogynoir Project Page, and read Bailey’s own writing on the topic.

More Stories

NULab Faculty Jessica Parr Discusses the History of Blues in America


NULab Faculty Sarah Kanouse Leads Art and Architecture Students on a Dialogue of Civilizations Study Trip in Tbilisi


NULab Faculty Nabeel Gillani Featured in JSTOR’s Reading List on AI and Education