What can we learn from Black women in the context of scholarly research?
For the feminist ethnographic researcher, conducting effective fieldwork presents many challenges in an unequal world. For the Black womanist researcher, such challenges are exacerbated by invisibility. Written for scholars and activists working towards gender and race equality in higher education, this book explores the experiences of one such researcher, drawing on her lived experience of engaging with collaborative research approaches aimed at improving Black lives.
Including case studies such as Using Black Feminist theory as a methodological frame – a womanist perspective, Contemporary womanist methods of data collection, and Black womanist approaches to analysing qualitative research, this book is ideal reading for ethnographic researchers as well as students of Black studies, gender studies, womanist studies, anthropology, and sociology.
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