Surveillance Intersectional: historical continuities

The surveillance of women and their bodies has a long-standing tradition. The intersectional perspective of these historical lines shifts the focus from individual surveillance technologies and practices applied by states and corporations to power relations that underpin surveillance.

By Nicole Shephard

When Kimberlé Crenshaw came to Paris…

Intersectionality in academic spaces - "Thanks to intersectionality, I realized how much I had tamed myself to fit in places where I was never expected nor wanted."

By Christelle Gomis

Can We Get a Witness?

A sculptor on the integration of intersectionality into her work and beyond.

By Julia Phillips

What’s in a word?

About the power of (single) words and the potential to reflect personal and collective experiences.

By Amandine Gay