Marcia Texler Segal and Theresa A. Martinez's Intersections of Gender, Race, and Class: Readings for a Changing Landscape provides undergraduates with an accessible collection of readings arranged to highlight and underscore some of the most intriguing and cutting-edge thinking that bears onthe discussion of gender, race, and class. While other anthologies tend to separate race, class, and gender into distinct components, this anthology frames each reading through the analytical lens of all three elements. In addition, the intersection of sexuality with gender, race and class ishighlighted throughout the text. The book opens with a unique historical section. Section II offers personal narratives, making research and theoretical material concrete for students. This volume includes work by both U.S. and international writers who deal with international topics. These insightful readings delve into manyareas of high interest to students. Brief introductions frame each reading. Discussion questions are provided to spark student interest and enhance their understanding of the material.