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Keisha Lindsay

Assistant Professor, Gender & Women’s Studies and Political Science
Political Theory
Research Interests: 
Feminist Theory; Black Feminisms; Critical Race Theory; Educational Theory and Policy; Contemporary Political Theory
Office Location: 
3311 Sterling Hall
(608) 263-1959



“Black Women and the Intersectional Politics of Experience.” Forthcoming, Politics & Gender (Symposium on Bell Hooks’ Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center) December 2019.

In a Classroom of their Own: The Intersection of Race and Feminist Politics in All-Black Male Schools (University of Illinois Press, forthcoming May 2018).

Beyond ‘Model Minority,’ ‘Superwoman,’ and ‘Endangered Species’: Conceptualizing Intersectional Coalitions among Black Immigrants, African American Women, and African American Men.” Journal of African American Studies, 2015, 19(1): 18-35.

"The Racial Contract: A Feminist Analysis." 2015. Politics, Groups, and Identities, 2015, 3(3): 524-540.

“Bob Marley and the Politics of Subversion.”(with Louis Lindsay) in Bob Marley: The Man & His Music. Eleanor Wint (ed.), Kingston, Jamaica: Arawak Publications, 2003, 76-81.

“Is the Caribbean Male an Endangered Species?” in Gendered Realities: Essays in Caribbean Feminist Thought. Patricia Mohammed (ed.), Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press, 2002, 56-82.

“Black on Red: Racing and Gendering 19th and 20th Century African Americans’ Interpretative Uses of Native American Political Experience” (with Jane Gordon). Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics (online First View) April 2019.