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Kimberly B. George is a feminist ethnic studies scholar, writer, and education consultant. Her teaching methods combine rigorous social theory analysis with contemplative-creative methods of knowing.

She offers Writing Wellness Workshops to help graduate students and scholars de-institutionalize their writing process and reclaim the role of the body, play, and the unconscious in their creative process.

She also offers a Feminist Social Theory 4-month course for K-12 teachers to explore issues of identity, gender, race, trauma, and social justice, which she co-leads with psychodynamic therapist Karen O’Connell.

She holds an MA in American Religious History from Yale and is currently a PhD student in Ethnic Studies at UCSD. She has written for OnBeingThe Feminist Wire, NewBlackMan (in Exile)The New Haven Register, The Washington Spectator, and Feministing.com, among others. She is the co-editor, with David Leonard and Wade Davis, of Football, Culture, and Power (Routledge, 2016).