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    edited by Shinsuke Eguchi, Bernadette Marie Calafell, and Shadee Abdi.
    Summary: De-whitening intersectionality: race, intercultural communication, and politics reevaluates how the logic of color-blindness as whiteness evolves amidst current race and intercultural communication research, underscoring that, in order to play well with intersectionality, research scholars must be attentive to its origins and implications.

    Contents:
    Cover
    Half-Title
    Title
    Copyright
    Contents
    Acknowledgments
    Foreword
    Introduction: De-Whitening Intersectionality in Intercultural Communication
    SECTION I: THE POLITICS OF THEORIZING
    1 Intersectionalities in the Fields of Chicana Feminism: Pursuing Decolonization through Xicanisma's "Resurrection of the Dreamers"
    2 Lethal Intersections and "Chicana Badgirls"
    3 Black Feminist Thought, Intersectionality, and Intercultural Communication
    4 Intersectional Assemblages of Whiteness: The Case of Rachel Dolezal 5 Doing Intersectionality under a Different Name: The (Un)intentional Politics of Refusal
    SECTION II: PERSONAL NARRATIVES
    6 Making it Real PlainRuminations on De-Whitening Intersectionality in Academia From the Monstrous Queer Chicana Who Makes White Straight People Uncomfortable
    7 A Local Gay Man/Tongzhi or A Transnational Queer/Qu-er/Kuer: (Re)organizing My Queerness and Asianness through Personal Reflection
    8 What Are you?: Embodying and Storying Categorical (Un)certainty
    9 Bodies that Collide: Feeling Intersectionality 10 Microaggressions in Flux: Whiteness, Disability, and Masculinity in Academia
    SECTION III: TRANSNATIONAL CIRCUMFERENCES
    11 Remembering Julia de Burgos: Faithful Witnessing as Decolonial Feminist Performance
    12 De-Whitening Intersectionality through Transfeminismo
    13 Dark Looks: Sensory Contours of Racism in India
    14 "We Had to Sink or Swim": Privileging and Intersectionalizing Racialized Ethnic Identifications among Asians and Asian Americans
    15 Crazy Sexy Asian Men!: Masculinities in Crazy Rich Asians
    Index
    About the Editors
    About the Contributors