Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice
racism, everyday racism, interpretation of experience, university, biography, Chinese women
Using Philomena Essed's theory on everyday racism, this paper explores how Chinese Canadian women interpret racism. It argues that differences in interpretation can be explained by examining personal biographies that attend to subjective experience and social context, and from which implications for anti-racist feminist epistemology can be drawn.
Ku, Jane S.. (2005). Making Experience Meaningful:
Interpreting Chinese Canadian Women's Personal Encounters with Racism. Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture & Social Justice, 60-71.