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Shameema Yousuf

Prologue Through a framework of intersectionality ( Crenshaw, 1989 ), we can acknowledge that everyone has unique experiences of discrimination and opportunities in life, given an individual’s intertwined identities. As a British Indian Muslim woman of color who is a child of Africa, I have been

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Justin A. Haegele and T. Nicole Kirk

. However, little attention has been given to the ways in which gendered bodies are also bodies with or without disabilities ( Flintoff, Fitzgerald, & Scraton, 2008 ). Thus, the intersectional influence of maleness and having a visual impairment in physical education contexts is unknown. Conceptual

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Debra Kriger, Amélie Keyser-Verreault, Janelle Joseph, and Danielle Peers

Commitments to Action: Context of the Operationalizing Intersectionality Framework The operationalizing intersectionality framework was assembled by the Operationalizing Intersectionality Working Group at E-Alliance 1 and designed for broad use by people with roles in organizing, administrating

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Natalie M. Welch, Jessica L. Siegele, and Robin Hardin

( Knoppers & Anthonissen, 2001 ). McDowell and Carter-Francique ( 2017 ) used intersectionality theory in their examination of Black female ADs to show the effects of Black women’s identity within collegiate athletics. The women experienced occupational stereotyping, gender role conflict, and both racial and

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Pirkko Markula

intersections between these two forms of physical activity that have traditionally been located in separate scholarly disciplines. It is intended to serve as an avenue to begin a social and cultural analysis of the blurring boundaries between art and competition, dance and sport, and the physically active body

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Mara Simon and Laura Azzarito

minority female teachers represent multiple fluid intersecting identities and, thus, experience overlapping marginalizing positionalities, necessitating an examination of their experiences through an intersectional lens ( Bowleg, 2012 ). In the United States, school PE is informed by the powerful notion

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Vikki Krane, Emma Calow, and Brandy Panunti

Contested: Hyperandrogenism Regulations Through an Intersectional Lens In July 2021, sprinters Christine Mboma and Beatrice Masilingi, both from Namibia, were declared ineligible to compete in the women’s 400-m events in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games due to their endogenous testosterone levels. Their

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Shelby N. Anderson

In higher education, the study of intersectionality flourishes in fields that are rooted in praxis (e.g., social work, public health, criminal justice; Collins & Bilge, 2016 ). Despite sport psychology’s emphasis on praxis, it has yet to fully recognize of the effects of intersectional oppression

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Samuel R. Hodge and Louis Harrison Jr.

( Burden et al., 2004 , 2005 , 2012 , 2015 ; Clark, 2020 ; Harrison et al., 2021 ; Hodge et al., 2008 ). In this current paper, we the authors—both established African American (Black) physical education leaders, pedagogists, and scholars—articulate an analysis of justice at the intersections of race

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Annelies Knoppers, Fiona McLachlan, Ramón Spaaij, and Froukje Smits

explore and address these practices and processes in sport organizations and in their own research by employing queered intersectional approaches. Using a subtextual approach, we aim to contribute to a critical turn in research on diversity in sport organizations beyond identities to create space for