Intersectional queer theory is an orienting frame assembling traditions of thought that consider gender and sexuality at the intersection of other identities and structures. We consider intersectional queer theory through scholarship on queer of color critique, queer Indigenous and Two-Spirit theorizing, and queer disability studies. Using these frames, educators and researchers can design and study learning environments that affirm learners across marginalized identities and examine how interlocking power structures (re)produce dominant and subordinate relations.
Citation: Shrodes, A. & Paré, D. (2022). Advancing equitable education with intersectional
approaches in queer theory. Rapid Community Report Series. Digital Promise and the International Society of
the Learning Sciences. https://repository.isls.org//handle/1/7667