Focusing on explorations of spirituality in Gloria Anzaldúa's theory of spiritual activism and Patricia Hill Collins's theory of visionary pragmatism, this forum essay invites scholars of black feminist thought to explore Anzaldúa's work and include it in their research specialties. This meditation models “threshold theorizing” as a dialogic method enabling additional angles of vision and thus generating new, potentially provocative, and transformative insights. It also demonstrates the value of spirituality and spiritual activism to contemporary research.
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