In this paper I examine Jacqui Alexander's Pedagogies of Crossing in order to consider the interdisciplinary synergies that might be realized through a practice of knowledge production which bridges the metaphysical and the material. While the text encourages us to pursue the Sacred in our various academic and activist locations, I build on this deployment of the Sacred to argue for a feminist pedagogy of the erotic as a form of liberatory politics within Women's Studies.

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