This article centres a transnational feminist framing that engages racial capitalism and colonialisms in the study of “the global” within childhood studies. We unsettle the dichotomies of North/South and rather theorize their imbrications. We argue for attending to the conjunctions of racial capitalism and colonialisms to make visible different yet overlapping forms of extraction. We offer intimacies as a reading practice that intervenes in and opens up notions of the global within childhood and youth studies, making two provocations.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- racial capitalism
- transnational feminism