Understanding & Dismantling Privilege
The Understanding & Dismantling Journal is an interdisciplinary journal focusing on the intersectional aspects of privilege, bridging academia and practice, highlighting activism, and offering a forum for creative introspection on issues of inequity, power and privilege.
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Submissions accepted on a rolling basis for the following sections:
Tools & Strategies
Creative Work & Self Expression
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The journal will be published one to two times a year, depending upon submissions and volunteers. Please become a reviewer for the journal, by submitting a reviewer form, and consider submitting your work for review and possible inclusion. We invite you to join us in Understanding and Dismantling Privilege. For complete information about the journal please click here.
The goals of the journal are:
To create a forum for research and creative work that critically examines issues of privilege, power, oppression, white supremacy, and social justice.
To encourage examination of the intersections of systems of privilege and oppression, including but not limited to race/ethnicity, sex/gender, sexuality, class, nationality and ability/disability.
To provide a space for self-reflection, bridging the personal and political.
To bridge theory and practice we will provide a forum for sharing curriculum, programming, tools, strategies, and best practices.
To foster interdisciplinary dialogue.
To encourage the development of and provide opportunities for learning from youth voices.
The Editorial Team