Even supposing bell hooks has lengthy challenged the dominant paradigms of race, classification, and gender, there hasn't ever been a complete booklet significantly reflecting upon this seminal scholar’s physique of labor. Her written works objective to transgress and disrupt these codes that exclude others as intellectually mediocre, and hooks’ problem to varied hegemonic practices has seriously encouraged students in different components of inquiry. this significant source thematically examines hooks’ works throughout a number of disciplinary divides, together with her critique on academic concept and perform, theorization of racial building, dynamics of gender, and spirituality and love as correctives in postmodern existence. finally, this booklet bargains a clean point of view for students and scholars eager to interact within the well known paintings of bell hooks, and makes on hand to its readers the entire importance of her paintings. Compelling and unheard of, Critical views on bell hooks is a must-read for students, professors, and scholars drawn to problems with race, classification, and gender.
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