Another Lesson from the Outsider Within: The Transcendent Relevance of Black Feminist Thought
This article aims to illuminate the transcendent relevance of Patricia Hill Collins’ Black feminist thought (BFT) by explicating the role the theory plays in grounding the work of a student affairs faculty member. The criticality of culturally responsive practice is highlighted by centering the ways an intentionally Black feminist consciousness contributes to this goal. Other student affairs faculty and administrators may benefit from unpacking their contributions within the framework of culturally responsive theories like BFT.
Counseling, Leadership and Special Education
West, Nicole M., "Another Lesson from the Outsider Within: The Transcendent Relevance of Black Feminist Thought" (2020). Articles by College of Education Faculty. 205.
Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice