My friends at the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) have just released the latest issue of their signature magazine--Academe. There are some very interesting essays worth reading. The specific focus for this issue is gender in the academy, and the conceptual context is intersectionality analysis (my recent take here on intersectionality analysis).
Here is what they had to say about the issue:
The links to the features follow.
This issue of Academe uses the feminist concept of intersectionality to consider gender on campus in relation to race, class, and other categories that shape our understanding of higher education. Contributors reframe problems such as sexual violence, declining access to public education, the vulnerability of contingent faculty, and the exploitation of graduate student labor through the lens of intersectional solidarity.