Listening and Speaking as Two Sides of the Same Coin: Negotiating Dualisms in Intercultural Feminist Collaboration
This article offers a reflection upon the process of intercultural collaboration in light of a global feminist theology immersion pedagogy project, which brought together young scholars from Kenya and the United States. The authors use dualistic categories arising in feminist theological discourse to discuss the ways in which they negotiated difference in the context of intercultural research and collaborative learning. Obioma Nnaemeka's nego-feminist stance, a feminism of negotiation, provides a way forward for intercultural feminist collaboration as it corresponds to the cultural, practical, and methodological insights of the immersion experience.
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