ABSTRACT

This essay makes use of feminist, postcolonial, and Indigenous scholarship in social work as a decolonising tool for critical analysis and diffractive and anti-oppressive practice within and across geopolitical contexts. Inspired by Haraway’s, Barad’s, and Ahmed’s argument concerning the visual and embodied lived experiences of intersectionality, it develops a strategy for diffractive intersectionality, a narrative graphic for critical reflexivity, emancipatory, and anti-oppressive practice.