This special issue of the Freedom Center Journal, includes a set of truly diverse and interdisciplinary pieces, each individually interpreting and performing social justice feminism in original and unique ways. Collectively, these pieces demonstrate how SJF can be constructively employed across academic disciplines and through lived realities and, further, how SJF can be used to connect theory to our own individual and collective advocacy and activism.
Houh, Emily; Kalsem, Kristin (Brandser); and Williams, Verna L., "A Symposium on Social Justice Feminism: Introduction" (2014). Faculty Articles and Other Publications. 262.