She also considers allied intellectual movements, like critical race theory and LGBT (with two sub-sections on queer and trans theory).
What does CRT stand for?
CRT stands for Critical Race Theory
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It is no surprise, then, that contributors to this collection (which had its origins in a 2007 MLA Conference roundtable) approach Ware's comics from a diverse set of scholarly perspectives that reflect the richness of their subject matter, including comics and art history, disability studies, and critical race theory.
Critical race theory (CRT) and Critical Race Feminism (CRF) focus on counternarratives and counter stories; the voices of the "other" and the silenced; and the voice that can counter hegemony, oppression, racism, and sexism.
Informed by critical race theory, critical pedagogy, and narratology, the authors expose how Whiteness as ideology functions in academia, denying equity to racialized faculty and students.
In this article we propose the introduction of critical race theory (CRT) as a paradigm to critique and enhance the manner in which the subject of diversity is conceptualized and implemented in social work curricula, in the classroom, in the institutions, and in the construction and application of a research method or question.
These same decades, after all, have seen a rapid and pronounced expansion of economic inequality here, lending considerable credence to the critical race theory view that formal equality models leave untouched or even reinforce substantive inequality.
The introductory chapter provides a historical and contemporary context for each research site, research methodology, and an overview of the main theories and concepts: Afrocentrism, Critical Race Theory, Anti-Black Racism and Critical Hope.
But in her close examination of six individuals who were "outsiders" in the social, cultural, and political Anglo-American world ruled by white men, she also charts a new course by insisting that we read religious autobiography especially from multiple perspectives and through the critical lenses of feminism, border theory, critical race theory, and postcolonialism.