There is No Hierarchy of Journals: Intersectional Feminist Perspectives (TNHJ) is a forum for emerging feminist scholarship dedicated to sharing traditionally and creatively formatted research with new scholars. We aim to sustain conversations between research and pedagogy for scholar-teachers working on urgent issues related to combatting white supremacy, cis-heteropatriarchy, neocolonialism, and imperialism.
There is No Hierarchy of Journals curates two digital collections a year of essays and art that share research and corresponding teaching tools with students of feminist studies and their instructors. We highlight emerging scholars in diverse areas of feminist study sharing their work in traditional text, visual art, and poetic formats. To guide self-teaching and instructors less familiar with our specific research areas, we accompany all traditionally-formatted and creative articles with a teaching artifact. These teaching artifacts are short description of a learning activity for university classrooms or community learning. Examples include guided discussion for in-person or online formats, concept mapping, art, community projects, and engagement with external media.