In Contemporary Feminist Research from Theory to Practice, Dr. Patricia Leavy and Dr. Anne Harris (2019) translate feminist principles into good research practice to offer learners of all career stages a concise and lively blueprint for bringing feminism out of the realm of theory and into that of application. Their constant critical thinking and consistent attention to detail orient readers to feminism as a dynamic, continuously evolving culture of inclusion and affirmation.


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Alexandra "Xan" C.H. Nowakowski is a medical sociologist and public health program evaluator. Their work focuses on health equity in aging with chronic disease. Dr. Nowakowski uses mixed methods to explore the experiences and needs of intersectionally marginalized people with chronic conditions. They currently serve as an Assistant Professor at the Florida State University College of Medicine and edit the Write Where It Hurts blog on trauma informed scholarship. Please direct correspondence to xnowakowski@fsu.edu.

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